June 22, 2024

Ohio State board announced the departure of head coach and….

The coaching staff of the Ohio State Buckeyes is complete following a thrilling offseason.


James Lauinaitis, a graduate assistant, was promoted to linebackers coach on Thursday, according to coach Ryan Day. Following the appointment of Bill O’Brien as offensive coordinator, who left Columbus to take a head coaching position at Boston College, the former head coach of the UCLA Bruins was named offensive coordinator.
Day expressed his happiness with the personnel now that it is finished. Every year, it is our responsibility to determine which areas—whether related to the team or the employees—need to be modified. And to make sure the appropriate guys are in the proper seats, we’ve put in a ton of effort and thought about it a lot. Day stated Friday from the Ohio High School Football Coaches’ Association seminar, “so now it’s time to go to wor

Day played for Kelly at New Hampshire while Kelly was the offensive coordinator there, thus Day and Kelly are acquainted. Day was Kelly’s quarterback coach while he was employed with the Philadelphia Eagles and San Francisco 49ers.
“Obviously, Chip and I have a long history together, so our perspectives are similar. And seeing him take off here has been fantastic,” Day remarked. It’s been a terrific start; he’s quite excited to meet the guys and wander about the building. It’s fantastic,” said Day. “I just know how much I enjoy having Chip by my side.” Laurinaitis had only been a graduate assistant for one season, but Day chose to promote him after observing what the player shown in that first season.

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