CORVALLIS, ORE. -- Brian Wozniak has been a part of the Oregon State football program for four years and on Wednesday, Jonathan Smith tabbed Wozniak as its tight ends coach, replacing Mike Riley.
Before transitioning to offensive quality control analyst earlier this year, Wozniak spent the 2015-17 seasons at OSU as an offensive graduate tight ends coach.
“Coach Wozniak is highly respected by our team and his experience at both playing tight end and coaching the position is a tremendous asset,” Smith said. “I’m also excited about what he brings to the program from a recruiting perspective with his enthusiasm and his ability to connect with coaches and athletes.”
The 27-year-old was a four-year letterman tight end at Wisconsin, finishing his eligibility following the 2013 season. Wozniak played in 47 career games, including three Rose Bowl games and was a member of the three Big Ten Champion Badger teams. In 2014, he signed an undrafted free agent contact with the Atlanta Falcons prior to the season.
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