Indiana has named its next Co-offensive coordinator/WR coach
It’s official, Adam Henry of the Dallas Cowboys will be the next Co-OC/WR coach at Indiana. Reports came out about the potential hire on March 9, but now the news is confirmed.
Before the Cowboys and Indiana, Henry has been with a number of college and NFL teams in similar roles. Henry has had stints with McNeese State (1997-2005), Oakland Raiders (2007-2011), LSU (2012-2014), San Francisco 49ers (2015), New York Giants (2016-2017), and Cleveland Browns (2018-2019).
Brett McMurphy of the Action Network broke the news about the hire on Friday around noon on his Twitter account.
Dallas Cowboys WR coach Adam Henry named co-offensive coordinator & WR coach at Indiana
— Brett McMurphy (@Brett_McMurphy) March 18, 2022
Henry coached the likes of NFL talent during his time as a college coach. He was the WR coach in Baton Rouge when Jarvis Landry and Odell Beckham Jr. were at LSU. He oringally came to Dallas to join Mike McCarthy’s staff there.
Indiana’s offense averaged the fewest yards in the B1G last season with 290 yards per game. We’ll see how the addition of an NFL tenured coach like Henry can help the Hoosiers offensively.