Indiana is moving on offensively under new offensive coordinator Nick Sheridan!

The move became official on Friday with Sheridan getting bumped up to the role of OC after serving as the TE coach for the Hoosiers in 2019. He initially joined the program in 2017 and coached the QBs for two seasons. Along with Sheridan’s promotion, Grant Heard is also being elevated to the role of co-OC.

On Saturday, Allen and Sheridan addressed the media to discuss the move headed forward. Allen began by saying that he saw a lot of growth with Sheridan working alongside Kalen DeBoer this season. DeBoer also gave a ringing endorsement of Sheridan for the position before officially leaving for Fresno State.

Zach Osterman with the Indy Star shared the comments:

Sheridan also expressed his excitement for the role while briefly touching on what he hopes Indiana’s offense will look like:

Hopefully, things keep rolling in a positive direction under Sheridan. The Hoosiers won 10 games total over Allen’s first two seasons at the helm before jumping to eight wins in 2019. Now, Indiana will enter a second straight season with a new OC.