Ohio State football season could end soon with new coach
Ohio State will be without its top offensive coordinator this season, the latest sign of a coaching change for the Buckeyes that could leave quarterback Connor Cook and receivers T.J. Green and T.Y. Hilton without an experienced offensive coordinator.
On Friday, OSU fired Scott Frost after six seasons, ending a 14-year tenure in Columbus.
The university said in a statement that Frost would not be returning to the sidelines.
Frost was a key player in Ohio State’s 2015 national championship run.
He was fired after the Buckeye’s season ended in the fourth quarter of the Rose Bowl against Alabama.
Former Ohio State coach Urban Meyer had been on the hot seat since the end of last season.
He resigned in February amid an investigation into whether he had improper contact with a former girlfriend.
The investigation ended last month.