The Ohio State Buckeyes may be losing a good bit of talent on their team for the 2016 season, but they certainly won’t be losing any coaches. The team hopes to keep the offensive momentum they had at the end of the 2015 season rolling into 2016 and they did that by making some changes in the coaching staff.
Greg Studrawa was hired as the Buckeyes’ new offensive line coach, but that doesn’t mean offensive coordinator Ed Warriner is done coaching a position. He will be the tight ends coach as Tim Hinton moves into an administrative role.
The team said these moves were “to enable Warinner to remain upstairs in the coaching booth after impressive offensive displays with Warinner and quarterbacks coach Tim Beck there in wins over Michigan and Notre Dame” in a release on Thursday.
Studrawa has some experience working with Urban Meyer as he coached under him at Bowling Green in 2001 and 2002. After six seasons with the Falcons, Studrawa spent seven with LSU from 2007-2013 before leaving for Maryland the last two seasons.
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