Kevin Wilson Named Semifinalist for Broyles Award For College Football's Top Assistant

By Kevin Harrish on November 23, 2021 at 2:52 pm
Kevin Wilson

Ohio State's offense is on fire this season and offensive coordinator Kevin Wilson is getting some recognition as he's been named one of 15 semifinalists for this year's Broyles Award, given annually to the nation's top assistant coach.

This season, Wilson has helped lead a Buckeye offense that currently ranks as the top scoring offense and total offense in the country, averaging 559.9 yards and 47.2 points per game. Ohio State is the only team in the country to score touchdowns on its first five drives of the game four times this season – no other team has done it more than once.

The other semifinalists are Cody Kennedy of Arkansas, Jeff Grimes of Baylor, Mike Denbrock of Cincinnati, Doug Belk of Houston, Jim Knowles of Oklahoma State, Jeff Lebby of Ole Miss, Mark Whipple of Pittsburgh, Mike Elko of Texas A&M, Dan Lanning of Georgia, Phil Parker of Iowa, Josh Gattis of Michigan, Jess Loepp of UTSA, Warren Ruggiero of Wake Forest, and Jim Leonhard of Wisconsin.

View 18 Comments