Former Florida and Mississippi State head coach Dan Mullen has been talked about as a attainable candidate for the Alabama offensive coordinator emptiness.
Nonetheless, in response to ESPN’s Chris Low, Mullen shouldn’t be fascinated about becoming a member of the Crimson Tide.
“In speaking to a number of near the state of affairs, Dan Mullen shouldn’t be a candidate for @AlabamaFTBL’s OC job,” Low tweeted. “Mullen has loved the time away from teaching to be together with his household and likewise desires to focus on his TV profession as a soccer analyst.”
Mullen spent this previous season as an analyst on ESPN. He was the top coach at Florida from 2018-21 and Mississippi State from 2009-17, compiling an general report of 103-61 with 11 bowl appearances.
Alabama is in search of a brand new offensive coordinator after Invoice O’Brien left Tuscaloosa this week to take the identical function with the New England Patriots.
O’Brien had known as performs for the Crimson Tide the final two seasons.