Auburn associate head coach Cadillac Williams resigns.

There has been a recent development involving a long-time member of Auburn's coaching staff.

Auburn alum Cadillac Williams, who was an assistant coach for the Tigers for the past five years and a player for the Tigers from 2001 to 2004, announced his resignation from his roles as associate head coach and running backs coach late Thursday evening.

Williams issued a press release explaining his decision. He claims he is seeking new chances.

In 2019, Williams was an assistant under Gus Malzahn at Auburn University football, and he later worked under Bryan Harsin and Hugh Freeze. After Harsin was fired during the 2022 season, Williams was appointed as the temporary head coach. 

While serving as interim head coach, Williams guided the Tigers to a 2-2 record, highlighted by a thrilling home victory over Texas A&M.

Running backs Tank Bigsby, Damari Alston, and Jeremiah Cobb were all signed by Williams, who is also renowned for his recruiting skills. Clay Wedin and Bradyn Joiner, two offensive lineman, were mostly recruited by him as well.

Williams becomes the fourth assistant coach to depart since the start of the summer. Ron Roberts, who was formerly with Florida, is now on staff there,

and Wesley McGriff, who was with Mike Elko at Texas A&M, is now coaching defensive backs. Offensive coordinator Philip Montgomery has also left Auburn.

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