Report: Former Arkansas OL coach Kurt Anderson heading to Big Ten program
The Arkansas Razorbacks are going to look a lot different this fall under first-year head coach Chad Morris, after the Hogs hired him to replace Bret Bielema.
Some of Bielema’s former assistants are still looking for work, but fortunately, on Wednesday, it was reported that OL coach Kurt Anderson landed a new job.
According to FootballScoop.com, the ex-Arkansas assistant will be joining Pat Fitzgerald’s staff at Northwestern as a quality control analyst:
Source tells FootballScoop that former Arkansas offensive line coach Kurt Anderson is joining the staff as a quality control analyst.
Anderson has some experience in the Big Ten, as he spent the 2006 and 2007 seasons as a graduate assistant at Michigan.
Whether or not he eventually works his way into an on-field role remains to be seen, but for now, he at least knows what he’ll be doing for the 2018 season.