Miami has fired Josh Gattis as offensive coordinator after one season after the Hurricanes fell from a top-20 offense in 2021 to No. 86 last season.
When Gattis was hired a year ago from Michigan, the move was widely applauded. Gattis had just won the Broyles Award as the top assistant coach in the country after helping the Wolverines make the College Football Playoff with a balanced offensive approach.
But in his lone season in Miami, the results were not what was expected. Returning quarterback Tyler Van Dyke struggled in the new scheme even before he missed three games with a shoulder injury, throwing for 1,844 yards, 10 touchdowns and five interceptions — a far cry from the 25 touchdowns he threw in 2021.
Miami has officially relieved offensive coordinator Josh Gattis of his duties, per a university release.
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#Miami has fired offensive coordinator Josh Gattis. Won the Broyles Award as the nation’s top assistant at Michigan in 2021.
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