The Alabama Crimson Tide has been searching for a new offensive coordinator since Bill O'Brien left to become the next OC for the New England Patriots on Jan. 24.

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On Monday, a new name was thrown into the conversation for the position.

Washington Huskies offensive coordinator Ryan Grubb will interview for Alabama's open offensive coordinator job.

The Iowa native has coached on the offensive side of the ball for a majority of his career, including holding the OC position for Kingsley-Pierson High School (2003-04), Sioux Falls (2010-13), Fresno State (2019-21), and Washington (2022).

Last season, Grubb's offense ranked No. 1 in third down conversion percentage and passing offense, No. 2 in total offense, and No. 5 in total first downs. Grubb also coached quarterback Michael Penix Jr., who ranked No. 2 in passing yards in the entire NCAA.

The Buena Vista alumnus would be a huge help to this rebuilding Alabama offense if he chooses to come to the Capstone.

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