Ohio State has named Ryan Day its new quarterbacks coach, according to a news release from the school.
Day’s hiring was reported Tuesday morning by Fox Sports after QB coach Tim Beck left the Buckeyes to become the offensive coordinator at Texas.
Ohio State is expected to hire former Indiana coach Kevin Wilson as its next offensive coordinator, according to Crimson Quarry. The school did not announce that hire on Tuesday morning.
Day worked as a graduate assistant at Florida in 2005 under Urban Meyer. He was an NFL QB coach under Chip Kelly in Philadelphia (2015) and San Francisco (2016), until Kelly was fired by the 49ers earlier this week.
Day came up in the college ranks, though. He coached wide receivers at Boston College from 2007-2011, served as Temple’s offensive coordinator in 2012 and returned to be Boston College’s offensive coordinator in 2013 and 2014.