The Texas Longhorns have reportedly found their net offensive coordinator.
According to a report from HornsDigest.com, Ohio State Buckeyes co-offensive coordinator Tim Beck is set to leave Columbus to join Tom Herman’s staff at Texas.
The report states Beck was the top target to run the Longhorns offense from Day 1 of the Herman regime.
Beck, who was hired to replace Tom Herman when he left Ohio State to take the Houston job, has split play-calling duties during his time in Columbus with fellow co-offensive coordinator Ed Warinner.
Prior to joining Ohio State, Beck ran the offense at Nebraska under Bo Pelini, earning two nominees for the Frank Broyles Award as college football’s top assistant during that time.
Beck’s 30-year coaching career also includes stops at Kansas State, Missouri State and Kansas.
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