It looks like no further changes will be made to Ohio State's coaching staff this offseason as Greg Studrawa will remain as the Buckeyes' offensive line coach, reports Bill Rabinowitz of the Columbus Dispatch.
It had been the assumption for a while that @CoachStudOL would return to @OhioStateFB. But there had been some rumblings about him rejoining new coach Mike Locksley with the Maryland Terps. Now I can confirm that Greg Studrawa will be back to coach the Buckeyes' O-line in 2019.— Bill Rabinowitz (@brdispatch) January 14, 2019
Studrawa will enter his third season coaching Ohio State's offensive line after serving as offensive line coach under Urban Meyer the past two seasons.
With Studrawa returning, that presumably rounds out Ryan Day's first Ohio State coaching staff.
Barring unforeseen late changes, Brian Hartline, Larry Johnson, Tony Alford and Kevin Wilson join Studrawa as returning assistant coaches from last season – with Day, last season's offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach – now serving as head coach.
The Buckeyes also have five new assistant coaches: passing game coordinator and quarterbacks coach Mike Yurcich, co-defensive coordinators Greg Mattison and Jeff Hafley, linebackers coach Al Washington and special teams coordinator and assistant secondary coach Matt Barnes.