Former Ohio State QB Kenny Guiton lands job at Louisiana Tech
Former Ohio State quarterback Kenny Guiton is on his way to Louisiana Tech.
Monday, the official Twitter account of Louisiana Tech Football announced that Guiton has accepted a position as the program’s new outside receivers coach. He joins the Bulldogs after spending the last two seasons as the wide receivers coach at Houston.
Guiton was a member of Ohio State’s football team from 2009-13.
📰 | LA Tech Football Announces Kenny Guiton as Outside Receivers Coach ⤵️
Welcome to the 🐶 family, @CoachGuiton‼️
— LA Tech Football 🏈 (@LATechFB) February 18, 2019
Guiton got his start in the coaching profession as a graduate assistant at Houston under his former offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Tom Herman. He was with the Cougars from 2015-16. When Herman took the head coaching job at Texas, Guiton followed and served as a quality control coach for the Longhorns for a brief period in 2017.
Later in 2017, Guiton rejoined the Houston staff and head coach Major Applewhite, where he became the wide receivers coach for the Cougars.
In his career as a Buckeye, Guiton threw for 893 yards and rushed for 383 more. He accounted for 22 total touchdowns while in Columbus.