Brian Hartline is reportedly sticking around at Ohio State. Hartline will be taking over as offensive coordinator after Kevin Wilson left for the Tulsa head coaching job, per Eleven Warriors’ Dan Hope.

Ohio State fans have come to know Hartline as the receivers coach in Columbus for quite some time. Hardline has coached wideouts like Jaxon Smith-Njigba, Marvin Harrison Jr., Chris Olave, and Garrett Wilson during his time there.

The Ohio State offense was once again one of the best in the country this season.

The Buckeyes were the second-best scoring offense in the country (44.2 ppg) just behind Tennessee. In terms of average offensive yards per game Ohio State ranked ninth in the country (490.7).

An inside hire is what Ohio State decided to go with and it could pay dividends if Hartline’s talents transition to running the offense.

Stay tuned for any more Ohio State coaching news throughout the offseason.

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