Ohio State’s coaching staff will look a bit different next season. According to a report from Lettermen Row, offensive line coach Greg Studrawa will not return to the Buckeyes.
Studrawa first joined Ohio State’s coaching staff in 2016. He previously spent time coaching at Bowling Green, LSU and Maryland among other schools.
The latest report states that Ohio State fired Studrawa. There was some chatter earlier this season that he could retire due to health issues.
“Multiple sources with direct knowledge of the situation confirmed to Lettermen Row on Thursday morning that Studrawa had been fired and that Ohio State would be in the market for a new offensive line coach during an already-busy offseason,” Austin Ward of Lettermen Row wrote.
Buckeyes fans won’t put Studrawa on blast because they have a lot of respect for him. However, many of them believe this is the right move for the program.
Here are some reactions to the Studrawa news:
I won’t slander this man but let’s just say it’s best for everyone involved. Best of luck to Coach Stud in his next endeavors https://t.co/3LNt2ihe5H
— TMB🤌🏻 (@tmb237) January 6, 2022
To be honest, I really like Day turning over the staff here https://t.co/WZCecPkNs6
— 🎉 New year New Damski 🎆 (@Damski32) January 6, 2022
Been a very good off season so far.. interested to see who fills this role https://t.co/rvb9WqdDoh
— Buckeye Nation 🅾️ (@buckeyeboy20) January 6, 2022
So far Ohio State is checking all the boxes on my personal list of offseason hopes, which I know is its primary goal https://t.co/QqDNSY7qF6
— Scott Polacek (@ScottPolacek) January 6, 2022
There have already been a few changes to the Buckeyes’ coaching staff this year, such as Jim Knowles becoming their new defensive coordinator.
If Ryan Day can revamp his staff, Ohio State should be able to reassert itself as a national title contender next season.
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