Former Ohio State quarterback Kenny Guiton is reportedly all set to be named the next wide receivers coach at Houston.
The last we heard from Kenny Guiton, he was working under Tom Herman down at Texas as an assistant wide receivers coach. Now, it appears he’s headed back to where his coaching career began: Houston.
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Source: Houston dismisses WR coach Darrell Wyatt. Former Cougar GA (and OSU QB) Kenny Guiton will replace him.
— Pete Thamel (@SIPeteThamel) April 21, 2017
Guiton, a former Ohio State quarterback, originally got his start in coaching in 2015, where he served as a graduate assistant at Houston. He primarily worked with the wide receivers. Last May, he told us what he likes about being a coach:
“Man, I love it. I love it. Being a player, you don’t really spend as many hours on ball as you do as a coach. So, having wide receivers, it’s different. It’s a bigger room, more guys and everything, different personalities from a quarterback room and everything. It’s a lot of fun man, it’s a lot of fun. Most of the time you’re the guys on the team that do the most running. But it’s fun. You want to be that guy that leads the group.”
Houston’s 2017 season kicks off with a contest against UTSA on September 2.