Michigan has seen its fair share of turnover within the coaching staff the past few seasons, and another assistant coach is on his way out, as Dan Enos is expected to join Alabama as its quarterbacks coach, a source confirmed to ESPN on Thursday. Enos was only officially announced to Michigan's staff on Jan. 8 and is already heading back to the SEC. He joined the Wolverines in a position that was yet to be finalized after spending three seasons as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Arkansas. During his time with the Razorbacks, Enos had two quarterbacks throw for more than 3,000 yards in a season and multiple players taken in the NFL draft. At Alabama, he will inherit two quarterbacks with similar potential, but there is also potential for a quarterback controversy. Incumbent starter Jalen Hurts was replaced by backup Tua Tagovailoa at halftime in the national championship game, and Tagovailoa brought Alabama back from a 13-0 deficit to win the game on an overtime touchdown throw to fellow freshman DeVonta Smith.