Florida Gators offensive line coach Mike Summers is leaving UF for the same coaching position at Louisville. Gator Country has confirmed the news first reported by ESPN’s Brett McMurphy.
Florida OL coach Mike Summers is new OL coach at Louisville, sources told @ESPN
— Brett McMurphy (@McMurphyESPN) January 14, 2017
Summers had one year left on his contract at UF and was due to make $498,500. The lone holdover from Will Muschamp’s coaching staff, Summers spent three seasons at Florida (2014-16).
Jim McElwain now has two coaching vacancies to fill. Randy Shannon was promoted to defensive coordinator, replacing the departed Geoff Collins.