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Urban Meyer Is Changing His Ohio State Coaching Staff Setup Heading Into The 2016 Season

Ohio State's football program announced some changes to its coaching staff this morning. 

The Buckeyes have a new offensive line coach. Urban Meyer has hired former LSU offensive coordinator and Maryland assistant Greg Studrawa, who was not retained by new Terrapins' coach D.J. Durkin. 

With the hire, there will be some shuffling to the makeup of Meyer's staff. Ed Warinner, who had been serving as OSU's offensive line coach and co-offensive coordinator, will now be the tight ends coach (while keeping his play-calling duties). Tim Hinton, who had been coaching the tight ends, will move to an administrative role. 

">January 15, 2016

">January 15, 2016

Ohio State will boast quite a coaching roster in 2016 with the hires of Studrawa and Greg Schiano, who will be the new defensive coordinator after the departure of Chris Ash to Rutgers.