Ron Crook expected to be new West Virginia offensive line coach

By on February 21, 2013
We expect Stanford's Ron Crook to be named offensive line coach at West Virginia. (Photo: Stanford)

We expect Stanford’s Ron Crook to be named offensive line coach at West Virginia. (Photo: Stanford)

Stanford tight ends and offensive tackles coach Ron Crook will be named the offensive line coach at West Virginia, according to a source.

Crook spent the past two seasons at Stanford and his work with offensive line coach Mike Bloomgren helped shape the Cardinal’s front five into one of the nation’s top offensive lines.

He is a West Virginia native and coached in the state for six years including stints at West Virginia Tech (1999), Glenville State (1997-98) West Liberty State (1990-92).

Oliver Luck, the father of former Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck, is the A.D. at West Virginia.

West Virginia’s Bill Bedenbaugh left last week to become the new offensive line coach at Oklahoma.

School Year Title
West Liberty State 1990-92 Offensive line
Cincinnati 1993 Graduate assistant
Clarion College 1994-96 Offensive line (’94-96), Special teams (’96)
Glenville State 1997-98 AHC, Offensive line, Special teams
West Virginia Tech 1999 Offensive line, Special teams
Illinois 2002 Graduate assistant
Harvard 2003-10 Offensive line
Stanford 2011-12 Tight ends, Offensive tackles
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