Jeremy Pruitt’s departure means Alabama has an opening on its defensive staff.
A 10th assistant allowed by the NCAA also means another job is open as well.
University of Texas at San Antonio defensive coordinator Pete Golding could be a candidate for one of those jobs according to Aaron Suttles of the Tuscaloosa News.
University of Texas at San Antonio defensive coordinator Pete Golding has emerged as the leading candidate to join Alabama’s defensive staff for next season, The Tuscaloosa News has learned.
Golding started his career at Delta State as a graduate assistant in 2006. He has also coached in various defensive capacities at Southern Miss and Southeastern Louisiana. His coaching prowess has produced six All-Americans to date.