GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- Florida has hired Tim Davis as offensive line coach, replacing Frank Verducci after one season.
Verducci, a longtime NFL assistant, left to pursue other interests. Verducci has not spent more than two years at any coaching spot since 1998.
Davis has 25 years of experience, including serving as offensive line coach at his alma mater, Utah, last season. Before that, he spent two years as Minnesota's offensive line coach and worked alongside current Florida tight ends coach Derek Lewis.
Davis also spent a year as director of player personnel under Nick Saban at Alabama (2008) and worked with Florida coach Will Muschamp with the NFL's Miami Dolphins (2005-06).
He also has coaching stints at Southern Cal (2002-04), Wisconsin (1997-2001), Utah (1990-96), Idaho State (1989) and Walla Walla Community College (1988).