Tennessee has lost its offensive co-ordinator to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, according to SI.com, while Arkansas has gained an offensive co-ordinator.

Mike Bajakian, according to the report, has verbally agreed the move with Tampa Bay’s head coach Lovie Smith, although there has been no financial agreement signed.

Arkansas, however, has signed Central Michigan head coach Dan Enos as its OC, after Jim Chaney left to take the same role at Pittsburgh.

SI noted that Enos had a losing record at Central Michigan (26-36), but he DID reach bowls in two of the last three seasons.

But the bad news for Tennessee’s head coach Butch Jones is that Bajakian’s eyeing a new role regardless of whether a deal with Tampa Bay’s signed. Now that Enos is out at Central Michigan, there’s a new head coaching vacancy that an ambitious young coaching assistant would almost certainly be interviewed for.

SI.com noted that Bajakian had coached in the NFL before as a quality control and wide receivers coach in 2004.

 

 

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