John Peterson New OL Coach at YSU

After sitting out this past season, longtime college offensive line coach John Peterson looks to be headed back to college football as offensive line coach for Youngstown State University.

Peterson, who entered the coaching profession in 1991 following his playing career at Ohio State, has seen stops at several college programs since starting his coaching career as a graduate assistant at the University of Cincinnati.

Along the way, Peterson has made stops at Pittsburgh, Akron, Ohio State, Miami Ohio and Alabama Birmingham.

Peterson will replace Carmen Bricillo on Bo Pelini’s staff. Bricillo, who took a job with the New England Patriots coached at Youngstown State for 10 seasons.

FootballScoop.com was first to report on the news.

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