Ohio State is reportedly set to add a pair of coaches to its offensive staff.
According to one report from Crimson Quarry, former Indiana head coach Kevin Wilson will be named offensive coordinator at OSU—possibly later today in an official announcement. He'd replace Tim Beck on the staff, who is leaving for the offensive coordinator position at Texas to work under Tom Herman.
Additionally, Fox Sports' Bruce Feldman is reporting that the Buckeyes are hiring ex-San Francisco 49ers quarterback coach Ryan Day as a coordinator/QB coach.
Crimson Quarry is indicating both of these moves would happen in conjunction with each other.
Wilson resigned as head coach of Indiana following the 2016 regular season under allegations of player mistreatment. He led the Hoosiers to back-to-back bowl games for the first time in 25 years.
Day, meanwhile, spent the past two seasons in the NFL as the QB coach with the Niners and Philadelphia Eagles. He was Boston College's offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach in 2013-14.
We'll update you with more information as it comes out.