The Vanderbilt Commodores will be shaking up their coaching staff a bit this offseason.
On Tuesday, it was reported that the Commodores would be parting ways with special teams coordinator and RB coach Jeff Genyk.
After the struggles the Commodores had this year after starting 3-0, it’s no surprise things are going to be a little different in Nashville moving forward:
Can confirm reports that Vanderbilt Football has parted ways with special teams coordinator/RB coach Jeff Genyk, according to a source familiar with the situation. @TreyW_Radio and @CSmithScout first reported on Sunday night. Story coming on @vuhustlersports
— Cutler Klein (@CutlerKlein) January 9, 2018
Head coach Derek Mason is still around, and he’ll have his work cut out for him to get the Commodores back to a bowl game in 2018.
Whether or not he does, and who he hires to replace Genyk, still remains to be seen, but it should be an interesting offseason at Vanderbilt.