Dan Enos is reportedly finalizing a deal to become Arkansas’ next offensive coordinator.

The Terps’ OC spent 2 seasons in College Park, but is now expected to return to Fayetteville. He was Arkansas’ offensive coordinator from 2015-2017 as well.

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ESPN’s Chris Low was first to report this story:

As Low noted, Enos has been a major part of developing Taulia Tagovailoa over the past couple seasons. He has produced back-to-back years with 3,000+ passing yards and has led the Terps to back-to-back bowl victories for the 1st time since 2002-03.

Tagovailoa previously announced his plans to return to Maryland in 2023 for his senior season.

If Enos does finalize a deal with the Razorbacks, coach Mike Locksley will be tasked with finding his replacement in the coming weeks. Locksley hired Enos back in 2021 to replace Scottie Montgomery.

Maryland’s offense has been productive under Enos. The Terps ranked in the top half of the Big Ten in yards-per-play in each of his seasons.