GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Florida’s secondary will have a new position coach in 2016.
UF coach Jim McElwain announced Friday that he has parted ways with assistant Kirk Callahan.
“We are making a change on our staff,” McElwain said. “Moving forward, Kirk Callahan will be looking at some other opportunities and he has a long career ahead of him.”
Callahan, 30, coached defensive backs for three seasons at Central Florida prior to joining McElwain’s staff in 2015. Prior to UCF, Callahan spent two years at UF as an intern (2010) and graduate assistant (2011).
McElwain did not offer a timetable on when he’ll hire a new secondary coach, but it could come before signing day (Feb. 3).