Maryland announced that Josh Gattis will be the program’s new offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach.

Gattis spent the 2022 season with Miami before he was dismissed in January. Gattis’ time in Miami only lasted 1 season after he joined Mario Cristobal’s coaching staff. Less than 2 months after leaving Miami, Gattis has a new home in Maryland.

Maryland has been searching for a new offensive coordinator since Dan Enos left to become Arkansas’ offensive coordinator in January. With the move to bring in Gattis, the new offensive coordinator will be returning to the B1G.

Before Gattis spent the 2022 season in Miami, he previously served as Michigan’s offensive coordinator and wide receivers coach from 2019 to 2021. In his final season at Michigan, Gattis won the Broyles Award as the nation’s top assistant coach in college football.

Gattis has a proven record of helping offenses improve. At Maryland, Gattis will join Michael Locksley’s coaching staff and will look to keep the momentum going in 2023. As the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach, Gattis will work directly with Maryland quarterback Taulia Tagovailoa. In January, Tagovailoa announced that he was returning to Maryland for the 2023 season.

In 2022, Tagovailoa passed for 3,008 yards, 18 touchdowns, and 8 interceptions. Maryland and Gattis will be getting ready for the upcoming season.