Inside the Numbers: In-House OC Candidates
Rutgers running backs coach Norries Wilson and quarterbacks coach Rob Spence are both candidates for offensive coordinator with Dave Brock gone to Delaware. Head coach Kyle Flood said he will look inside and outside of the program before making a decision, but confirmed interest in both experienced play-callers. On day two of the offensive coordinator search, ScarletReport.com goes inside the numbers to break down both candidates. Norries Wilson Wilson has four years of Division I play-calling experience during Connecticut's infancy as a Big East program. In Wilson's four years calling plays, the Huskies established themselves as a legitimate Big East program. Wilson was offensive coordinator from 2002-05 before leaving to take over as Columbia's head coach. UConn was 28-19 in Wilson's four seasons as coordinator. 2002 — Wilson took over as offensive coordinator and helped groom quarterback Dan Orlovsky for the NFL. The Huskies averaged 31.1 points per game, including two offensive...
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