CORAL GABLES, Fla. (AP) -- With the Bulls getting ready to open spring practice, they will do it without their most tenured assistant Larry Scott. The Hurricanes have hired Scott as their new tight ends coach, a move that comes with the Hurricanes opening spring practice this coming weekend.
Scott has been an offensive assistant at South Florida since 2005, including four seasons as the Bulls' tight ends coach. Scott also played for the Bulls, and was part of the program's first recruiting class in 1996.
There were indications over the weekend that he would stay with the Bulls, before striking the Miami deal.
At Miami, Scott will replace Mario Cristobal, who was to have coached the Hurricanes' tight ends in 2013 before getting hired to be the offensive line coach at Alabama. Cristobal would have also held the title of associate head coach with the Hurricanes, before leaving six weeks into the job.