Kenny Guiton is quickly rising in the college coaching world.
The former beloved Ohio State quarterback will be the new wide receivers coach at Houston. Guiton will replace Darrell Wyatt, whom the Cougars dismissed. Pete Thamel first reported the news.
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Guiton was at Houston as a graduate assistant under former coach Tom Herman before joining Herman's staff at Texas in a quality control position. He's now a full-time college assistant coach at just 25 years old.
Guiton played in 22 games during his career with the Buckeyes primarily as a backup signal caller to Braxton Miller. He threw for a total of 893 yards and 16 touchdowns in his career.
Also, who could forget this?