UM re­port­edly set to part ways with OC Enos

Orlando Sentinel - - SPORTS FRIDAY - By David Furones

SHREVE­PORT, La. —

The Dan Enos era in Mi­ami will last just one sea­son, ac­cord­ing to a re­port.

Enos, the Hur­ri­canes of­fen­sive co­or­di­na­tor, and the team are ex­pected to part ways fol­low­ing Thurs­day’s In­de­pen­dence Bowl, Tim Reynolds of the As­so­ci­ated Press re­ported in a tweet about two hours be­fore kick­off for Mi­ami’s bowl game against Louisiana Tech in Shreve­port, Louisiana.

“Bar­ring a sig­nif­i­cant change in plans, the Mi­ami Hur­ri­canes and of­fen­sive co­or­di­na­tor Dan Enos are ex­pected to part ways af­ter to­day’s In­de­pen­dence Bowl,” Reynolds’ tweet said.

When ap­proached, Mi­ami did not of­fer com­ment.

UM coach Manny Diaz also de­clined to com­ment af­ter the game.

“Press con­fer­ences are not where we make staff eval­u­a­tions,” Diaz said. “I have noth­ing to add on that.”

Enos came over to Mi­ami af­ter be­ing Al­abama’s quar­ter­backs coach last sea­son. Un­der his di­rec­tion, the Hur­ri­canes’ of­fense fin­ished the reg­u­lar sea­son last out of 130 Foot­ball Bowl Sub­di­vi­sion teams in of­fen­sive third-down suc­cess rate and gave up the fourth­most sacks.

The Hur­ri­canes also were No. 120 in both rush­ing of­fense and red-zone of­fense.

Brevin Jor­dan out: Mi­ami sopho­more tight end Brevin Jor­dan, ap­par­ently still ham­pered by his left foot injury, sat out the In­de­pen­dence Bowl and did not dress on Thurs­day.

Jor­dan, one of three John Mackey Award finalists for the na­tion’s top tight end this sea­son, also missed two of the Hur­ri­canes’ fi­nal three games this sea­son against Louisville and FIU. He at­tempted to play briefly in the reg­u­lar sea­son fi­nale at Duke but ap­peared to ag­gra­vate the injury and made an early exit.

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