Former Ohio State QB Kenny Guiton lands gig as assistant at SEC school
Former Buckeyes quarterback Kenny Guiton has been hired at Arkansas as their new wide receivers coach.
The announcement was made on Tuesday evening via the Razorbacks Twitter:
— Arkansas Razorback Football (@RazorbackFB) January 5, 2021
Before Guiton was hired at Arkansas, he spent this past season at Colorado State as their receivers coach. He’s also coached at Louisiana Tech and Houston in the same role.
According to a release, while he was at Houston, Guiton helped guide the Cougars to four straight bowl games. They also had a 1,000-yard receiver in each season that he was a coach there.
Guiton played at Ohio State from 2010-2013 and his best season came during 2013. That year, he threw for 749 yards with 14 touchdowns to just two interceptions. He also had a 68.8 completion percentage in the eight games he appeared in.
After that, he was on the Buffalo Bills for a bit before being cut and then played on the LA Kiss of the AFL during the 2014 season.