Kendal Briles is in demand again, and this time the Arkansas offensive coordinator is being targeted for the same position by another SEC head coach.

Briles is reportedly a target for new Mississippi State Coach Zach Arnett to fill the same position with the Bulldogs, according to 247Sports and Whole Hog Sports. This came after Briles last year was reportedly offered the same position at Miami on Mario Cristobal’s staff.

Briles, 40, had 4 different offensive coordinator roles in 4 years at Baylor, Houston, Florida Atlantic and Florida State before he joined Sam Pittman’s initial Arkansas staff in 2020.

After the Miami interest, Briles signed an amended three-year contract last year that brought his annual salary to $1.2 million in 2022, with built-in raises to $1.25 in 2023 and $1.3 million in 2024.

Briles’ offenses in 3 years at Arkansas delivered the 3 highest single-season completion percentages in school history.

Arkansas put up 6,128 total yards this season, the second-highest total in school history behind the 6,273 yards in 2010, and the third 6,000-yard season for the program. The Razorbacks had 3,077 rushing yards and 3,051 passing yards.