The Buffalo Bills found Brian Daboll at the college level as he was offensive coordinator for the University of Alabama before joining the Bills. It wouldn’t be surprising to maybe see them go that route again and one name to watch would be Michigan Wolverine’s offensive coordinator Josh Gattis.
He has been the offensive coordinator for the Wolverines since 2019 and prior to that was co-offensive coordinator and wide receiver coach with the University of Alabama.
This past season, the Wolverines averaged 36 points per game and 443 yards per game and would go on to win the Big Ten Title and a spot in the College Football Playoffs before losing to the University of Georgia. Gattis would also win the Broyles Award, which goes to the best assistant coach in college football.
If Sean McDermott and the Buffalo Bills want to look for someone outside the NFL to bring some new ideas to this offense, Josh Gattis could be a great fit.