After just one season coaching at Kentucky, Eric Wolford has accepted the offensive line job at Alabama and will replace Doug Marrone, who’s expected to return to the NFL, sources told ESPN on Sunday.
This will be Wolford’s third different SEC school. He also coached South Carolina’s offensive line from 2017 to ’20 before joining Mark Stoops’ staff at Kentucky last season. Wolford’s first SEC coaching stop was in 2009 at South Carolina under Steve Spurrier, and he went from there to Youngstown State as head coach for five seasons from 2010 to ’14
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