Coming over from Central Michigan, Arkansas offensive coordinator Dan Enos has done a great job of diversifying the Razorbacks’ offense.

Prior to his arrival, Bret Bielema instituted a run-heavy scheme. It’s not a surprise — considering the success he had employing this style at Wisconsin. Enos still did like to run the football, but he also demonstrated the propensity to throw the ball more frequently.

Based upon his success with Arkansas on the offensive side of the ball, it was announced (per WholeHogSports) that Enos had received a contract extension and a raise.

Enos’ extension is for an addition two seasons. From a raise standpoint, he will now make $800,000 in 2017, $850,000 in 2018, and $900,000 in 2019.

This past season, Arkansas finished No. 54 nationally in total offense — and eighth within the SEC. Lending to Enos’ preference in throwing the football, the Razorbacks registered at No. 3 within the conference as it pertained to passing yards per contest (264.2).