With Mike Munchak accepting the offensive line coaching position with the Pittsburgh Steelers, it appears that the Houston Texans and Head Coach Bill O’Brien have turned their attention back to Brian Ferentz. Ferentz is currently the offensive line coach at Iowa under his father Kirk. Ferentz has been the offensive line coach at Iowa for two seasons starting in 2012.
Iowa line coaches Reese Morgan and Brian Ferentz met with the media on Wednesday. Read what they had to say in these press conference transcripts.
Q. Just talk a little about the offensive line.
BRIAN FERENTZ: We have 16 players with us right now in that group. Out of those 16, seven of them red‑shirted last season. Nine of them did not. Out of those nine, every one of those guys has played a snap, at least, for us, in a competitive situation. Seven of them have started ballgames, but I think those numbers are...
COACH FERENTZ: Welcome. Good to be back here, obviously, back on campus. Just start off with the staff, probably yesterday’s news now, but we have hired three new people. We’re really excited about the way the entire process went, and really happy about where we’ve ended up.
We’ve added Bobby Kennedy coming in, Jim Reid, and most recently Chris White, so we’re really...
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Former Texas offensive coordinator Greg Davis has found a new home at Iowa after a year out of the game.
Hawkeyes coach Kirk Ferentz announced Monday that Davis will be his new offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. Davis replaces Ken O'Keefe, who left the Hawkeyes after 13 seasons to become the wide receivers coach with the Miami Dolphins.
Via AP on Fox
February 27, 2012
The Patriots are losing a tight end coach. Iowa’s staff is gaining another Ferentz. The Iowa Hawkeyes announced that Brian Ferentz, Kirk’s son, has joined their staff as an offensive line coach. Brian Ferentz spent four years on the Patriots staff, rising from a scouting assistant to offensive assistant to tight ends coach. Iowa coach…