Miami (Fla.) fires offensive coordinator Dan Enos after one season

A goose egg is a tough way to go out.

Miami (Fla.) Fired offensive coordinator Dan Enos after one season, the school announced Friday, one day after the Hurricanes were blanked by Louisiana Tech in a 14-0 loss in the Independence Bowl.

First-year coach Manny Diaz, who took over after Mark Richt retired, tabbed Enos to orchestrate the Hurricanes’ offense.

Enos, who was Central Michigan’s head coach from 2010-2014, headed to Coral Gables after one season on Nick Saban’s staff at Alabama as quarterbacks coach. Before that, he was an offensive coordinator at Arkansas (2015-17) and was an offensive assistant for Michigan.

The offense never took off this year for a variety of reasons, but poor quarterback play was the primary culprit. Neither Jarren Williams nor N’Kosi Perry played well, and Ohio State transfer Tate Martell mostly played receiver after being relegated to third-string duties. The Hurricanes offense averaged 367.2 yards per game, third-worst in the ACC. The 25.7 points a game also ranked in the bottom half among the league.

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Enos is a native of Michigan, played his college ball at Michigan State and was an assistant for the Spartans before being named Central Michigan coach. A move back t.

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