The Ohio State football program has decided to part ways with a longtime assistant coach after an underachieving 2021 season.
According to John Brice of FootballScoop, Ohio State and offensive line coach Greg Studrawa have agreed to part ways. After six years with the Buckeyes, the veteran assistant will be on the lookout for a new gig outside of Columbus.
Studrawa arrived at Ohio State in 2016, when Urban Meyer was still in charge of the program. He retained his job when Ryan Day took over in 2018.
In his six seasons with the Buckeyes, Studrawa cultivated one of the strongest units in the nation. He built an offensive line that anchored historically great offenses and produced several All-Big Ten selections and multiple NFL Draft picks during his tenure.
— John Brice (@JohnDBrice1) January 6, 2022
Prior to his arrival at Ohio State, Studrawa spent seven seasons at LSU under the direction of Les Miles. He then worked as an offensive line assistant at Maryland for two years before making way for the Buckeyes.
Other stops that Studrawa has made during his coaching career include Cincinnati, Arkansas State and his alma mater, Bowling Green.
Ohio State will now have to explore other options to take over the offensive line in 2022. Apparently, Day already has his eyes on a former co-worker.
According to FootballScoop, the Buckeyes are expected to focus on current UCLA offensive coordinator and offensive line coach Justin Frye. A Midwest native and former Indiana star, Frye has previously worked with Day at both Temple University and Boston College.
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