Ken Dorsey, who quarterbacked the University of Miami Hurricanes to the 2001 national championship, is taking his talents back to South Florida.
Dorsey has been hired as an assistant athletic director at Florida International University.
He starts his new job at FIU — 8 miles from the Hurricanes' Coral Gables campus — in April. He spent the last five seasons as quarterbacks coach for the Carolina Panthers.
Dorsey spent part of his Miami career being coached by Butch Davis, who's entering his second season as FIU's coach. Dorsey will work closely with both Davis.
Dorsey is a member of the University of Miami Sports Hall of Fame and went 38-2 as a starter with the Hurricanes.
FIU plays Miami in football this season on Sept. 22.