Less than a month after leaving Missouri State to be the offensive coordinator at UNLV, Bobby Petrino is on the move once again.
Reports say he accepted an offer from Texas A&M head coach Jimbo Fisher Wednesday afternoon to be the Aggies next offensive coordinator.
Petrino is considered one of the premier offensive minds in college football, with a laundry list of All-American talents, most prominently being Heisman Trophy winner and NFL star Lamar Jackson.
A&M will look for the coaching nomad to revitalize an offense that ranked 101st in the FBS last year in scoring, averaging less than 23 points per game.
Petrino spent three years with Missouri State, twice leading the Bears to playoff berths.
This will be the 61-year-old’s tenth different coaching position since 2000, but his first job not as a head coach since he was the offensive coordinator for Auburn back in 2002.