Once again, Boise State is back to the drawing board for an offensive coordinator.
This afternoon multiple sources announced that Eliah Drinkwitz is leaving Boise State to accept the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach position at North Carolina State.
Bryan Harsin later confirmed this announcement and sent a statement out thanking Drinkwitz for his services and wished him the best of luck in his new position.
North Carolina State also sent out an announcement on their website confirming this move.
Excerpt via GoPack.com:
“Eli is one of the bright and innovative offensive minds in our game, and I’m excited to have him join our staff,” said Doeren. “He comes from great pedigree having worked for Gus Malzahn at both Auburn and Arkansas State, while at Boise State he worked with Bryan Harsin (head coach) and Mike Sanford (former Stanford assistant and current Notre Dame OC). He has learned and been able to blend some of the most successful offensive styles in the game and he’ll bring an exciting style to NC State.”
— NC State Football (@PackFootball) January 11, 2016
Last year Drinkwitz replaced Mike Sanford when Sanford took the OC position at Notre Dame.
The list: Harsin (10), Pease (11), Prince (12-13), Sanford (14), Drinkwitz (15), TBA (16)
— Bronco Beat (@IDS_BroncoBeat) January 11, 2016
The search now begins again for Boise State to replace Drinkwitz to take over the offense. The biggest question is, who will they go for?
Stay tuned to Bronco Nation News for further updates on the coaching carousel.