Gary Cosby Jr.-Tuscaloosa News / USA TODAY NETWORK
The recent departure of Alabama's offensive coordinator Ryan Grubb to the Seattle Seahawks leaves Kalen DeBoer with a big position to fill.

According to 24Sports' Matt Zenitz, the plan is for DeBoer to promote tight ends coach Nick Sheridan to the role of OC. Per SDS:

According to Matt Zenitz with 247 Sports, there is a “current plan” for the Crimson Tide to promote tight ends coach Nick Sheridan to offensive coordinator. Sheridan has worked with DeBoer at various stops, most recently working under the head coach during the two-year turnaround at Washington.

During the 2019 season, Sheridan served as the TEs coach at Indiana while DeBoer was the OC for the Hoosiers. After DeBoer’s departure to Fresno State, Sheridan served as OC for two years before rejoining DeBoer at Washington to coach TEs.
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cajunmud2 months
Saban must be okay with it.
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SwampyWaters2 months
Another head scratcher!
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CanebreakCajun2 months
I'm the plan. We are running the wishbone
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Jabontik2 months
First year following Saban going into that SEC schedule with a TE coach calling plays. What could possibly go wrong?
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Sebastian2 months
What a doofus
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