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Bill O’Brien finalizing deal with Alabama to replace Steve Sarkisian as offensive coordinator, per reports – CBS Sports

The former Penn State and Houston Texans coach is slated to land in Tuscaloosa

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Alabama offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian took the vacant head coaching job at Texas earlier this month, which left a hole in the Crimson Tide coaching staff headed into the 2021 college football season. That vacancy is in the process of being filled.
Bill O’Brien, the former coach of the Houston Texans and Penn State Nittany Lions, is ‘finalizing’ a deal to be named Sarkisian’s successor, according to ESPN’s Chris Low. The Athletic first reported before kickoff of the College Football Playoff…

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