It looks as if Nick Saban may have found his next offensive coordinator.
According to a tweet by Tider Insider writer Rodney Orr, New England Patriots assistant Brian Daboll is expected be named the Tide’s next offensive coordinator.
— Rodney Orr (@TiderInsider) February 16, 2017
Daboll reportedly interviewed for the job earlier this week.
The 41-year-old Daboll was a graduate assistant for Saban at Michigan State in 1998 and 1999. He has spent the past three seasons as the tight ends coach for the New England Patriots, and he’s in the midst of his second stint with the team.
Daboll has spent the past 17 seasons in the NFL.
Daboll has coached in the NFL since 2000 where he started with the Patriots. He’s been an offensive coordinator with the Cleveland Browns (2000-01), Miami Dolphins (2011) and the Kansas City Chiefs (2012) during his career.