Tight Ends Coach Kevin Wilson

Kevin Wilson Ohio State
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Past Teams
Ohio State

College: North Carolina (BS) / North Carolina (MS)

OSU Coaching History: 

2017-19: Offensive Coordinator / Tight Ends

2017 Media Guide: Kevin Wilson is in his first season as the Buckeyes’ offensive coordinator and tight ends coach. Wilson has directed some of the most prolific offenses in the nation over his 33-year coaching career.

Wilson has coached two of the four teams in FBS history that produced a 3,500-yard passer, two 1,000-yard rushers and a 1,000-yard receiver in the same year. His 2015 Indiana and 2008 Oklahoma offenses achieved the feat. The others are USC in 2005 and Southern Mississippi in 2015.

Wilson, a winner of the Frank Broyles Award in 2008 as the nation’s top assistant coach and twice a finalist, coached potent and productive Indiana offenses that led the Big Ten Conference in passing three times – 2012, 2013 and 2015 – and finished second in 2016.

During Wilson’s nine years at Oklahoma the team won six Big 12 championships, played in three national championship games (2003, ’04 and ’08) and Wilson’s offenses “evolved into a beast,” according to published reports and featured a then-NCAA record 716 points scored in 2008.