New Hampshire Football Report

Ohio State has its Day

Manchester native Ryan Day, who served as the quarterbacks coach under Chip Kelly with the San Francisco 49ers and the Philadelphia Eagles, has joined the Ohio State coaching staff as quarterbacks coach. Day, who played quarterback at the University of New Hampshire, replaces Tim Beck, who is pursuing other opportunities.

Day has 10 seasons of experience as a Division I assistant coach. He coached receivers for a year under Al Golden at Temple (2006) and for five seasons at Boston College (2007-11). Day also spent three years as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach under Steve Addazio: in 2012 at Temple University and in 2013 and 2014 at Boston College. He started his coaching career in 2002 as tight ends coach at UNH.

Day was a graduate assistant coach under Ohio State coach Urban Meyer in 2005, during Meyer’s first season as head coach at the University of Florida.

Day played at Manchester Central and then at UNH. He was UNH’s starting QB for three seasons when Kelly was the program’s offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. He was a team captain as a senior and earned his degree in business administration in 2002. Day has a master’s in administrative studies from Boston College (2004).

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