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Old Dominion hires Maryland’s Bryan Stinespring as tight ends coach, per report

The Virginia native will be returning to his home state for a new job.

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Former Maryland offensive line coach Bryan Stinespring will become the tight ends coach/run game coordinator at Old Dominion, according to The Athletic’s Chris Vannini ($).

Stinespring spent just one year at Maryland, helping the Terps finish third in the Big Ten in rushing yards per game. Redshirt freshman Anthony McFarland also set the freshman record for rushing yards in a season.

However. Maryland’s offensive line performance fluctuated wildly from week-to-week, dominating weaker opponents while struggling against better teams. The Terps’ offensive line battled injuries as well, with Derwin Gray, Damian Prince, Johnny Jordan and Marcus Minor all missing games this season.

Stinespring previously spent two years at James Madison before coming to College Park, working as the tight ends coach in 2016 and the offensive line coach and run-game coordinator in 2017. Before that, he spent 26 seasons at Virginia Tech, helping the Hokies win seven conference titles and play in 23 consecutive bowl games.

Maryland officially announced Penn offensive coordinator John Reagan as the new offensive line coach Thursday.