Tim Beck is leaving Ohio State football to become the offensive coordinator under newly-hired head coach Tom Herman at Texas, multiple outlets reported Tuesday.
Beck, who was the Buckeyes' co-offensive coordinator, will be replaced by former Indiana head coach Kevin Wilson, Buckeyes website Eleven Warriors reports.
Beck, 50, was the Buckeyes' offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach for two seasons, beginning in 2015. He also has coaching experience at Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri State, Kansas State and Illinois State.
Beck shared offensive coordinator duties with Ed Warinner. Under their direction, Ohio State ranked 14th in the country in scoring offense over the past two seasons with 37.5 points per game.
The Buckeyes was blanked by third-rank Clemson 31-0 in the College Football Playoff semifinal in the Fiesta Bowl last Saturday.
Wilson, 55, spent the past six seasons as the head coach of the Hoosiers. Under Wilson, Indiana was 26-47, including 6-6 this season.
The Hoosiers lost to Utah 26-24 in the Foster Farms Bowl last Wednesday.