- Bobby Petrino has agreed to become the next offensive coordinator at Arkansas
- He left Arkansas in 2012 amid a scandal and is now set to return
- Petrino is known for controversy and his coaching prowess on the field
Bobby Petrino has reportedly agreed to be the next offensive coordinator at Arkansas, as per ESPN sources. Petrino, who served as the offensive coordinator at Texas A&M this season, will be finalizing the deal soon and is expected to be officially announced by Arkansas. His return marks a full-circle moment after being fired in 2012 due to a scandal. Petrino’s coaching experience, despite controversy, has garnered attention and he is known for developing gifted playcallers. The news comes in the wake of Arkansas retaining head coach Sam Pittman amid a 4-7 season.
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