Alabama offensive line coach Mario Cristobal may soon be on the move.
According to a report from Football Scoop, new Oregon coach Willie Taggart has offered Cristobal a “senior position” on his coaching staff, which would include coaching the Ducks offensive line.
The report also claims that Jim McElwain may be eyeing Cristobal as a new offensive line coach at Florida should he lose Mike Summers in the coming days.
Cristobal, who was the head coach at Florida International from 2007-12, joined Nick Saban’s staff at Alabama in 2013.
Under his direction, the Crimson Tide offensive line has flourished. In 2015, the unit received the inaugural Joe Moore Award, which is given to the “toughest, most physical line in the nation.”
The Crimson Tide plays in the national title game against Clemson on Monday, and Football Scoop reports that a decision from Cristobal is expected to follow the game.