Alabama football: Burton Burns transitions to off-field role

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Longtime using backs manager transitions to new role

Alabama announced a new coaching staff on Wednesday. The large news came from using backs manager Burton Burns. He will transition to an off-field role as associate jaunty executive in football. He spent 11 years as a using backs coach, and helped rise Heisman Trophy winners Mark Ingram and Derrick Henry. Seven using backs reached 1,000 yards underneath a coaching of Burns. Joe Pannunzio will take his place as using backs coach. Jeff Banks will take over Pannunzio’s purpose as special teams coach.

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Alabama strictly announces coaching staff

The Crimson Tide dull out a coaching staff. Along with Burns, a Crimson Tide promoted Mike Locksley to descent coordinator and Tosh Lupoi to defensive coordinator. Josh Gattis will be a co-offensive coordinator and far-reaching receivers coach. Pete Golding will manager inside linebackers and be co-defensive coordinator.

Alabama also announced Dan Enos and Craig Kuligowski as associate conduct coaches. Enos will also offer as quarterbacks coach, while Kuligowski will be defensive line coach.

Pro Day date, time announced

Alabama’s 2018 pro day will be hold on March 7 during noon CT and will be televised on a SEC Network. Pete Burns, Marcus Spears and Greg McElroy will cover a event. McElroy will be live in Tuscaloosa. Alabama will announce a players participating during a after date. It comes only 3 days after a NFL scouting combine.

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