Since 2018, Dan Berezowitz had been Kentucky’s chief of staff for the football program. However, the Wildcats are undergoing some organizational changes, and it appears Berezowitz has been impacted.

According to Josh Moore of the Lexington Herald-Leader, Berezowitz has been “reassigned within the athletic department” and will only be employed through Nov. 29. He’ll no longer have anything to do with the football program, and he’ll be performing “duties as assigned.”

Berezowitz had been part of Kentucky’s football program since Mark Stoops took over as head coach in 2013. He was hired to be the Wildcats’ recruiting coordinator, which evolved into him being the director of recruiting operations from 2014-17.

Berezowitz’s ties to the Stoops family goes back further than that, as he spent 4 seasons as the recruiting coordinator at Arizona under Mike Stoops, Mark’s older brother, part of a 6-year stint there for Berezowitz.

In July, Berezowitz had been suspended with pay as he faced assault charges following an arrest.

This isn’t the first change to Kentucky’s staff this week. Scott Woodward has taken over as wide receivers coach for Jovon Bouknight, who is now a quality control analyst.

The Wildcats open the 2021 season with a home matchup against UL Monroe on Saturday at noon ET on SEC Network.