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COACHES

LEAVING:
Urban Meyer - Head Coach (retired)
Alex Grinch - co-DC/Safeties (Oklahoma DC)
Greg Schiano - DC/AHC
Bill Davis - LB Coach
Taver Johnson - CB Coach

STAYING:
Ryan Day - Head Coach
Brian Hartline - WR Coach
Larry Johnson - Assoc HC/DL
Tony Alford - RB Coach
Greg Studrawa - OL Coach
Kevin Wilson - co-OC/TEs

NEW:
Mike Yurcich - QB Coach/PGC
Jeff Hafley - co-DC/DB Coach
Greg Mattison - co-DC
Al Washington - LB Coach
Matt Barnes: ST/asst. DB Coach
 
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Not sure how I feel about this. On the one hand, OK St has had some flashy offense the last few years. On the other hand, a lot of their success on that side of the ball may be the product of the shitty (no) defense played throughout that conference.
Here's some information about him

Highlights:

-He has overseen one of the greatest offensive eras in the history of Oklahoma State football and was nominated for the Broyles Award, which is presented to the nation’s top assistant coach in 2016 and again in 2017.

-Yurcich has coached one of the nation’s most productive offenses since coming to Stillwater. In his six seasons with the Cowboys, Oklahoma State averages 38.0 points and 478.3 yards of total offense per game.

-Four of Yurcich’s six years at Oklahoma State have produced top-10 seasons for total offense in school history.

-Yurcich helped re-write the record books at Shippensburg. His first team set school records for points, touchdowns, total plays, first downs and total offense. His second team led the NCAA (Division II) in total offense (529.2 yards per game), and was second nationally in scoring (46.9 points per game) and passing offense (387.7 yards per game) during an 11-2 season.

-Before coaching at Shippensburg, Yurcich spent time at Edinboro University. Edinboro averaged at least 30 points per game from 2007-09 and consistently ranked among Division II’s top offenses with Yurcich calling plays.

1999-2002: Saint Francis (Ind.) - RB in 1999; QBs/JV from 2000-01; Offensive Coord./QBs/JV in 2002
2003-04: Indiana - Offensive Grad Assistant
2005-10: Edinboro - QB/WR in 2005; Offensive Coord./QBs, WR from 2006-10
2011-12: Shippensburg - Offensive Coord./QBs
2013-pres.: Oklahoma State - Offensive Coord./QBs

Also, he's from Euclid and started his college career at Mount Union before finishing at California University in Pennsylvania.
 

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This new coach reminds me of rob gronkowski
 

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OSU announced the Yurcich hiring. Official title is Passing Game Coordinator and Quarterbacks Coach. His salary will be $950,000 per year on a two year contract. That’s $150k more than he was making at Oklahoma State.
 

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