Bill Sheridan Is A Buckeye!

Written January 26th, 2012 by MaliBuckeye

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A bit of a departure from the usual “welcome to Columbus” news that we’ve had hereabout over the past month, as Ohio State is reporting that former Miami Dolphins linebackers coach Bill Sheridan has been hired to fill the open defensive coaching position with Coach Meyer’s staff.

Sheridan, a Detroit native who played linebacker at Grand Valley State University has coached at Maine, Cincinnati, West Point, Michigan State and Notre Dame prior to a stint at shudder Mich1gAAn, where he coached alongside current Wolverine head man Brady Hoke.

Once he wised up and left Ann Arbor, his next responsibilities were with the New York Giants franchise; he served as their linebackers coach and defensive coordinator prior to taking his current role with the Dolphins.

Buckeye fans are already thankful for Sheridan’s work, albeit unknowingly: His progeny was quarterback at TTUN during the first Rich Rod administration, and split time with Steven Threet.

Sheridan is known as a tenacious recruiter (a common thread for new Ohio State coaches), and it is expected that he will be coaching in the secondary although a formal announcement has yet to be made.

Welcome to the Buckeye Family, Coach Sheridan… we’re glad you’ve come to your senses.

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