TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AL.com) - Less than one week after losing Brian Daboll to the Buffalo Bills, Alabama has a new leader for its offense.
Nick Saban is promoting Mike Locksley to offensive coordinator, according to a report from ESPN. Locksley will also now coach quarterbacks, per ESPN.
The 48-year old Locksley has been at Alabama since 2016 and was the Crimson Tide's co-offensive coordinator and wide receivers coach last season. He arrived as an offensive analyst after a stint as Maryland's interim head coach.
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