Dan Enos reportedly is leaving Michigan after a brief stay on coach Jim Harbaugh’s staff to become associate head coach and coach quarterbacks at Alabama, according to a sourced report.
Pete Thamel of Yahoo Sports reported Thursday night that Enos, who has been on Michigan’s staff for only a few weeks, is moving on. BamaOnline.com first reported Wednesday night that Alabama coach Nick Saban might be pursuing Enos for his staff.
Bruce Feldman of Fox Sports confirmed the report Thursday night.
Enos, the former Central Michigan head coach and most recently Arkansas’ offensive coordinator, signed a four-year contract with Michigan that offered considerable flexibility in terms of title and salary.
Enos, 49, was identified as wide receivers coach/assistant coach, according to his contract obtained by The Detroit News through a Freedom of Information Act request. The four-year contract was signed Dec. 15, 2017, by Enos and included a base salary of $150,000 for this year that would have increased by $50,000 each year. However, if a “coordinator” title was added to his role, his salary would immediately have increased to $750,000 annually.