Miami made one of the most surprising hires of the college football season landing Dan Enos as offensive coordinator. The departing Alabama quarterbacks coach was thought to be the next Crimson Tide play-caller, replacing Mike Locksley, who left to become Maryland’s head coach.

Enos confirmed to Arkansas radio host Bo Mattingly on Friday that he was likely to become the next UA offensive coordinator.

Without offering many details, Enos said that the position with the Hurricanes was simply an opportunity he could not pass up.

In the audio clip below, he describes “feeling a strong pull” to the UM job:

Enos might not be in Miami for the long haul. He left his job as the head coach of Central Michigan after the 2014 season to be the Arkansas offensive coordinator. He hopes to be a head coach again.

If he does land another head coaching job, one would expect him to apply some of what he learned during his season with Nick Saban.