FAYETTEVILLE, AR (AP) - Dan Enos left behind his job as head coach at Central Michigan to take over as the offensive coordinator for No. 18 Arkansas.
His transition has been a smooth one so far for Arkansas, which believes his pro-style offense fits with coach Bret Bielema' philosophy.
Enos was hired at Arkansas in January, leaving behind his job as head coach after five seasons. The move was a curious one, given the perceived step down, but the high-profile nature of the Southeastern Conference made it one Enos couldn't resist.
Since his arrival, Enos - who called the plays while head coach at Central Michigan - has appeared in his element while focused solely on the offensive side of the ball.
Arkansas opens its season on Sept. 5 against UTEP.
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