Former Washington offensive coordinator Bush Hamdan appears to have found a landing spot in the SEC. Pete Thamel of Yahoo Sports is reporting that Hamdan is heading to Missouri to be an assistant coach on Eliah Drinkwitz’s staff.

Hamdan has familiarity working with Drinkwitz from their time at Arkansas State. Hamdan was co-offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at ASU in 2013.

Hamdan also has some familiarity with the SEC. He was Florida’s wide receivers coach for the 2012 season.

For four of the past five seasons, Hamdan was on staff at Washington. He started as a quality control assistant for the 2015 season before being promoted to wide receivers coach and pass game coordinator for 2016. Hamdan left to join the Atlanta Falcons staff in 2017, but returned to Washington in 2018 to take the Huskies offensive coordinator position. He held the same position for the 2019 season. Jimmy Lake, Chris Petersen’s successor as Huskies head coach, opted to not retain Hamdan.