New Ohio State offensive coordinator Kevin Wilson mentioned his time at Miami University while talking about the influences in his coaching career so far.
Wilson, a North Carolina native, was an assistant in Oxford for nine seasons under Randy Walker.
He went to Northwestern with Walker following the 1998 season and became offensive coordinator at Oklahoma in 2002.
Wilson also addressed the circumstances of his departure from Indiana, where he was head coach for six seasons and led the Hoosiers to two bowl berths but finished 21 games below .500.
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