To those who are complaining

From a couple of different links:
Enos’ offense set numerous school records during his first season at Maryland. The Terps set single-season program marks for total yards (5,740), passing yards (3,960), completions (339) and completion percentage (69.3%) in 2021.
Also serving as Maryland’s quarterbacks coach, Enos helped develop Taulia Tagovailoa into one of the best quarterbacks in the Big Ten. Tagovailoa set seven single-season Maryland records in 2021, including program best marks for passing yards (3,860), completions (328), completion percentage (69.2) and passing touchdowns (26 – ties school record).
Prior to Maryland, Enos served as the Associate Head Coach / Running Backs Coach for Cincinnati, helping lead the Bearcats to one of the best seasons in program history, which featured a 9-1 record, American Athletic Conference Championship, Top-10 ranking and Sugar Bowl berth.
Cincinnati ranked top-25 nationally in nearly every offensive category in 2020 under Enos, averaging 37.5 points per game and 212.4 rushing yards per game.
Enos’ first stint in the SEC was as the offensive coordinator for Arkansas, where he was the Offensive Coordinator / Quarterbacks Coach from 2015-17 and saw his offense produce some of the most impressive seasons in Razorbacks history. Arkansas was one of two FBS programs with a 3,000-yard passer and 1,300-yard rusher in both 2015 and 2016, featuring a different quarterback and different running back carrying the load in each season.
Enos also coached Hunter Henry in 2015 who won the John Mackey Award as the nation’s best Tight End.

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I will not complain, if he doesn’t get it done sooner than later we will go get another one. I don’t have a problem with him at all. I was glad to hear he was still coaching.

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Im goimg to Waffle House knowing Enos is the candidate. Double bacon Texas Cheessteak with a double order of hashbrowns, scattered, smothered, and double covered & chunked!

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Enos will utilize the tight ends and have the receivers involved. This should help get qb role to shift–less running by QB by design and more focus on attacking defense with all tools available. Will see how KJ adjusts as will be easier on his body and still throwing the ball and having a run game. Taulia was very involved in the offense at Maryland.

Enos is an OC, not a cardiologist. LOL.

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If we have more plays like the Hunter Henry toss against Ole Miss, I’ll need a cardiologist.

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Ahhhhhhh yes……that was a thing of beauty!

Maybe with Enos I will get to see my QB bootleg with a TE option middle depth and a WR deep.

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I recall him rolling the Allen brothers out a lot (BA was particularly adept at throwing while rolling out to his left, which is not something every QB can do), so you may get your wish.

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Yes, I recall that often too.

That, unfortunately, was the problem in the Missouri game. AA rolling out on those slow developing pass plays. Missouri had very fast but undersized DE’s. They had no problem running Austin down that day. Now AA was no KJ. In fact he was no BA. I think Dan is more comfortable with QB’s who can run.

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I think KJ is a big step up running from either Allen. Criswell and Singleton too.

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