Thayer Evans with Sports Illustrated has reported that Arkansas offensive cordinator Jim Chaney is leaving the school and heading to Pitt where he'll serve in the same capacity under Pat Narduzzi.
Chaney, 53, has been the Razorbacks’ play-caller the last two seasons, where he implemented a run-heavy attack preferred by coach Bret Bielema. Arkansas is 42nd in the FBS this season in scoring offense (31.9 points per game) and 60th in total offense (406 yards per game).
Chaney brings his offensive expertise to new Pittsburgh coach Pat Narduzzi’s staff. He was offensive coordinator at Tennessee from 2009-12 and won his lone game as the Volunteers’ interim coach after Derek Dooley was fired.
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