June 24, 2024

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According to Matt Zenitz of 247 Sports, Alabama football head coach Kalen DeBoer plans to elevate tight ends coach Nick Sheridan to the position of offensive coordinator, following Ryan Grubbs’ logical decision to join the Seattle Seahawks in the NFL.

According to sources who spoke with @247Sports, Alabama’s current strategy appears to be to elevate tight ends coach Nick Sheridan to offensive coordinator. After serving as Indiana’s offensive coordinator for two seasons, the former Michigan quarterback helped Washington achieve impressive results under Kalen DeBoer.

With Sheridan being Alabama football’s newest offensive coordinator, he and DeBoer will collaborate considerably more closely in the future.

Having been a part of the Washington Huskies think tank prior to heading to Tuscaloosa, the two are acquainted.

From 2022 to 2023, Sheridan was the Huskies’ tight ends coach. Prior to joining the same Big Ten program in 2019 as the quarterbacks coach and offensive coordinator, he had the same role with the Indiana Hoosiers in 2019.

Sheridan will be in charge of Alabama’s offense in Tuscaloosa, which concluded the 2023 college football season ranked 69th in total yards per game and 31st in the country with 31.5 points per game. Sheridan will face hurdles managing a key role in the coaching staff of a perennial juggernaut, but he will also have the opportunity to further establish himself as an attacking genius.

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