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Kentucky head coach Mark Stoops announced the hire of new offensive coordinator and quarterback coach Bush Hamdan on Wednesday.

Hamdan comes to Lexington after spending last season as Boise State's offensive coordinator and quarterback coach. He replaces Liam Coen, who left to be the offensive coordinator for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Per UK Athletics:

Hamdan, 38, comes to the Bluegrass with 15 years of collegiate and NFL coaching experience combined, most recently serving as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at his alma mater, Boise State.

Kentucky will mark his third stop in the Southeastern Conference with previous stints at Missouri and Florida, and this will be his fifth offensive coordinator position. He garnered NFL experience in 2017, serving as the quarterbacks coach for the Atlanta Falcons.

“I’ve known Bush for a few years and spent some quality time with him in 2021,” Stoops said. “Since then, I’ve followed his career and have been very impressed by him. He’s coached under Chris Petersen, Steve Sarkisian and Eli Drinkwitz, three coaches I have a ton of respect for, and I think he’s a rising star in the coaching profession. We are excited to bring Bush and his family to Lexington.”
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