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Ohio State University has made a significant change in its coaching staff by hiring Bill O’Brien as its new offensive coordinator. O’Brien, who previously served as the Patriots’ offensive coordinator under Bill Belichick, and also had stints as the head coach of the NFL’s Houston Texans and at Ohio State’s rival Penn State, is expected to bring his wealth of experience to the Buckeyes.
The move reflects Ohio State’s commitment to elevating its offensive game, as O’Brien is known for his successful tenure at Alabama, where he oversaw a highly productive offense led by quarterback Bryce Young, who went on to win the Heisman Trophy.
This marks a new chapter for Ohio State under the leadership of Bill O’Brien. With this addition to the coaching staff, the Buckeyes are poised to continue their success and remain a force to be reckoned with in college football.
– Ohio State is hiring Bill O’Brien as offensive coordinator, shifting Ryan Day from calling offensive plays
– Brian Hartline will serve as co-offensive coordinator and wide receivers coach
– O’Brien oversaw successful offenses at Alabama, but struggled in the NFL with the Patriots
– Ohio State adds an experienced play-caller to a loaded roster with several returning players and impactful transfers
– The move is seen as a dramatic shift for the Buckeyes and their offensive coaching staff