The mansion on the White River that had belonged to Kendal Briles, offensive coordinator at the University of Arkansas, sold for $2.1 million.
Through his revocable trust, Ryan Efurd was able to purchase the 5,864-square-foot home in Goshen, which is located just east of Fayetteville. Efurd is a successful company owner and entrepreneur in the Fayetteville area. Nearly $1.6 million in loan funding came from BNC National Bank, which is based in Overland Park, Kansas.
The house is located on a 0.95-acre lot on Riverfront Lane in the Waterford Estates at Hissom Ranch development, which is a prestigious neighborhood off of State Highway 45. Gary Combs and Ronnie Hissom were the masterminds behind the creation of this neighborhood.
In January, Briles accepted a position as the offensive coordinator at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, which led to his departure from the Razorbacks. Before accepting a position at TCU, Briles worked as an assistant coach for Sam Pittman’s program for three years and declined other job opportunities, including an offer from Mississippi State.
In the year 2020, Briles and his wife Sarah purchased the property from Jon and Laura Tuggle for a price of 1.35 million dollars.