Alabama is without a tight ends/special teams coach, but that could soon change.
The Crimson Tide recently interviewed Joe Pannunzio for the vacant position, according to The Tuscaloosa News’ Aaron Suttles.
Pannuzio worked under Nick Saban as Alabama’s director of football operations from 2011-14 before leaving to overtake an administrative role with the Philadelphia Eagles following the 2014 season.
The longtime tight ends/special teams coach’s previous coaching stops include Miami (2006-10), Murray State (2000-05), Auburn (1999), Ole Miss (1995-98), Minnesota (1992-94) and TCU (1990-91).
If offered the job, Pannuzio is expected to accept, according to the report.
The opening comes after former Tide assistant Mario Cristobal accepted the co-offenisve coordinator position with Oregon.