TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Alabama coach Nick Saban has added one other former NFL head coach to his offensive workers.
Saban introduced the hiring of ex-Jacksonville Jaguars and Buffalo Payments coach Doug Marrone to teach the offensive line. Marrone joins new offensive coordinator and former Houston Texans and Penn State coach Bill O’Brien.
Marrone spent 4 years main the Jaguars, taking them to the AFC Championship Recreation within the 2017 season. He spent two seasons because the Payments head coach from 2013-14.
“He is aware of our new offensive coordinator Invoice O’Brien effectively and can do a unbelievable job with our offensive line,” Saban mentioned. “He has intensive expertise as not solely an offensive line coach, but in addition as a head coach at Syracuse and within the NFL with Buffalo and Jacksonville.
“Doug has a superb monitor report for recruiting and creating gamers.”
Earlier than heading to the NFL, Marrone was head coach at his alma mater Syracuse for 4 seasons (2009-12).
The Jaguars fired Marrone on Jan. four shortly after ending the season with a 15th consecutive loss.
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