Report: Andy Buh Set to Join Bret Bielema at Arkansas

Andy Buh, pictured here as a co-defensive coordinator at Stanford in 2009, will be leaving Wisconsin for Arkansas after just one season.

Buh becomes the fifth assistant to depart Wisconsin since Bret Bielema announced he was leaving for Arkansas.

Well, not that it wasn't expected, but a report has surfaced Saturday night that Wisconsi linebacker coach Andy Buh is on his way out of town. According to Footballscoop.com, Buh will follow Bret Bielema to Arkansas.

Buh joined the Wisconsin staff prior to this season after former linebackers coach Dave Huxtable left Wisconsin after just one season to join Paul Chryst at Pitt.

Prior to his time at Wisconsin, Buh was a linebacker coach and defensive coordinator at Nevada. Previously, he was the co-defensive coordinator at Stanford.

Assuming the Football Scoop report is true, Buh will be the fifth assistant to depart from Wisconsin since Bielema left on Dec. 4th. Co-defensive coordinators Chris Ash and Charlie Partridge have taken similar positions at Arkansas, while offensive coordinator Matt Canada left for N.C. State and receivers coach Zach Azzanni took the same job at Tennessee.

For more Wisconsin coverage, follow Andy on Twitter (@AndyJohnsonB5Q)

You can also reach Andy via e-mail (AndyJohnsonB5Q@gmail.com)

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