With rumors swirling and changes happening, it appears Ohio State offensive line coach Greg Studrawa's job is safe.
According to Ohio State's five-star offensive guard commit Wyatt Davis, Studrawa will remain the team's offensive line coach.
"I was talking to coach [Studrawa] and it doesn't affect him at all," Davis told Eleven Warriors Thursday. "He called me and he just talked to me about it, and he's still going to be the offensive line coach."
With the reported hire of Kevin Wilson, Ohio State would technically have one more assistant coach than permitted by the NCAA — at least until April when a vote could allow teams to hire a 10th assistant. That fact, compounded with the Buckeyes' offensive line struggles this season, allowed for speculation about Studrawa's job security.
There's still uncertainty surrounding the Ohio State coaching staff, but this might add a bit of certainty to a fluid situation as Davis fully expects Studrawa to be his position coach when he enrolls.