Alabamas staff shakeup continues to roll on as running backs coach Charles Huff is set to end up being the next head coach at Marshall, according to multiple reports. Huff will change Doc Holliday, who was fired earlier this month after coaching Marshall the previous 11 seasons. Huff is one of numerous Alabama assistants set to leave Nick Sabans personnel. The Tide is also losing offending organizer Steve Sarkisian, offensive line coach Kyle Flood and unique teams/tight ends coach Jeff Banks to Texas.Huff, 37, simply finished his 2nd season with Alabama where he helped guide running back Najee Harris to a Doak Walker Award. Harris ran for 1,466 yards and a countrys finest 26 touchdowns on the ground while also taping 43 receptions for 425 backyards and four scores through the air. Huff likewise played a function in developing current New York Giants running back Saquan Barkley during their time together at Penn State. Last season, Huffs led a running backs room that helped Alabama rush for 183.46 yards per game. The Denton, Maryland native is also one of the Tides top recruiters, assisting to land numerous leading targets in this years class consisting of J.C. Latham, Dallas Turner, Damon Payne and Camar Wheaton. Prior to coming to Alabama, Huff functioned as the running game planner and running backs coach at Mississippi State in 2018. Prior to that, he spent four years as Penn States running backs coach and unique groups planner from 2014-17. Huff has actually likewise coached running backs at Western Michigan (2013) along with the Buffalo Bills (2012 ). He acted as Vanderbilts offensive quality control coach in 2011 after training offending line at Hampton (2010) and Maryland (2009 ). He started his training career at Tennessee State, acting as the offending line coach in 2006 before coaching tight ends and special teams from 2007-08. The Marshall job will be Huffs first time acting as a head coach.
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