Former LSU and NFL quarterback Zach Mettenberger has landed a high school coaching job, per 247Sports’ Clint Brewster.

Mettenberger is now the offensive coordinator at Hillsboro High School in Nashville, Tennessee.

The former signal caller started his career at Georgia before getting kicked off the team due to a violation of team rules. Mettenberger then transferred to Butler Community College in El Dorado before winding up at LSU. He played quarterback for the Tigers for 3 years and threw for over 5,700 yards, 35 touchdowns and 15 INTs.

Following his career at LSU, Mettenberger was a 6th round NFL Draft pick with the Titans in 2014. He played with Tennessee for 2 years (2014-15) and later played for the Chargers and Steelers. Once his NFL career was over, Mettenberger played for the Alliance of American Football’s Memphis Express where he recorded his first professional win.

He didn’t get the chance to play for the XFL.