Daboll leaves Alabama to be new Payments OC

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TideSports.com was the first to report that former Ole Miss head football coach Hugh Freeze was at the Alabama football building on Monday and met with Nick Saban. An NCAA investigation led to a two-game suspension to Freeze in 2018.

Buffalo Bills beat reporter Sal Capaccio mentioned Sean McDermott may have been interested in a coach with play-calling experience and that is exactly what Daboll will bring to the coaching staff.

Offensive coordinator Brian Daboll of the Alabama Crimson Tide looks on during the game against the Mercer Bears at Bryant-Denny Stadium on November 18, 2017 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

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While it might feel shocking to see an already established coach take a lesser role with the Crimson Tide, it isn't actually a new thing.

Daboll, 42, worked as tight ends coach for the New England Patriots for three seasons before being hired by Nick Saban and returning to the collegiate ranks.

The idea is that Saban prefers to promote from within.

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Daboll has previous ties to McDermott, as he was a restricted-earnings coach at William & Mary when McDermott was a senior safety in 1997. Although McElwain was sacked by Florida, he helped Alabama to national titles in 2009 and '11.

Among those rumored to be in the mix are current Alabama assistant Mike Locksley and former Florida coach Jim McElwain.

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