The offseason in college football is always a reminder that coaches in the sport should rent, not buy, when it comes to housing. Case in point might be Scott Booker.
Per ESPN’s Adam Rittenberg:
Booker is a former player at Kent State who originally coached defensive backs with the Golden Flashes but was set to handle the wide receivers in his return to the MAC at Miami. Most notably he coached at Notre Dame for seven years, serving as special teams coordinator and tight ends coach from 2012-2016 before his short stint with Nebraska in Mike Riley’s final season.
Booker was hired by the Red Hawks in late January and spent just over six weeks at the school. The Titans list him as a defensive assistant on their website as he adds to the staff of another Ohio product in Mike Vrabel.