While Arkansas just had one coordinator leave for another job, it looks like Arkansas offensive coordinator Dan Enos will be sticking around for a few more seasons.
According to an open records request from Tom Murphy of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Enos now will make $800,000 in 2017, $850,000 in 2018 and $900,000 in 2019. Enos was set to make $750,000 for the 2017 season.
Enos reportedly had received some interest from other teams. This comes a year after Georgia coach Kirby Smart pursued Enos to be his offensive coordinator. Smart did lure Arkansas’ offensive line coach Sam Pittman last season.
Earlier this week, Arkansas announced that Paul Rhoads would be replacing Robb Smith, who left to take the defensive coordinator opening on Minnesota’s staff under former Western Michigan coach P.J. Fleck.
Arkansas went 7-6 this season, which concluded with a loss to Virginia Tech in the Belk Bowl.