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Closer look at Ryan Day’s coaching career

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Ryan Day was named the Ohio State Buckeyes acting head football coach and offensive coordinator. Urban Meyer has been placed on paid administrative leave.

Day reportedly turned down an opportunity with the Tennessee Titans this offseason to stay with Ohio State. The school picked him to be the acting head coach despite two assistant coaches with previous head coaching experience.

Kevin Wilson previously was the Indiana Hoosiers Head Coach. Wilson is the Buckeyes Offensive Coordinator and Tight Ends Coach.

Greg Schiano previously was the Rutgers Scarlet Knights in college football and Tampa Bay Buccaneers Head Coach in the NFL.

Day was the Buckeyes Co-Offensive Coordinator and quarterbacks coach last season under Meyer.

He came to Ohio State in 2017 after spending a season as Chip Kelly’s quarterbacks coach in 2016 with the San Francisco 49ers. He also worked the 2015 season as Kelly’s quarterbacks coach with the Philadelphia Eagles.

Before the Eagles, he was the Boston College Eagles offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach from 2013 and 2014. He was the Temple Owls offensive coordinator and wide receivers coach in 2012.

Day also was the Boston College Eagles wise receivers coach from 2007 through 2011. He also was the Owls wide receivers coach in 2006.

He served as a graduate assistant under Meyer with the Florida Gators in 2005. He also was a graduate assistant with the Boston College Eagles from 2003 through 2004.

He began his coaching career with the New Hampshire Wildcats in 2002.

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