Just days after former Ohio State player and assistant coach Mike Vrabel took the head coaching job for the Tennessee Titans, news broke that current Buckeyes co-offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Ryan Day will not be joining him and is remaining in Columbus.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter had the report.
Ohio St. co-offensive coordinator Ryan Day is expected to remain in Columbus and not become the Tennessee Titans’ offensive coordinator, per source. Titans’ OC search continues.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) January 23, 2018
Schefter had previously reported that Day was considering the Titans offensive coordinator position.
In December, Buckeye head coach Urban Meyer told reporters that Day also had a chance to be a head coach in the SEC but decided to stay in Columbus.
Day has been with the Buckeyes for a year, joining last January. Before that, he was quarterbacks coach for Chip Kelly during his NFL tenures with the San Francisco 49ers and Philadelphia Eagles.
Day has also coached at Boston College, Temple and has previously worked under Meyer at Florida in 2005.
He also played college ball at New Hampshire where he was starting quarterback for three seasons under Kelly, who was the teams offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach.
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