University of Montana head football coach Mick Delaney announced on Friday that the team will have two offensive coordinators next season.

Gragg played for the Griz, and had a long and successful career with the NFL. He joined the Grizzly coaching staff three years ago. Hynson is in his first year coaching at tight ends and special teams at Montana.

Delaney elevated current assistant coaches Scott Gragg and Keyfense Hynson to the position of co-offensive coordinators. Gregg will oversee the running game, while Hynson will be in charge of the passing game.

Delaney said Gragg will continue to coach the offensive line, while Hynson will probably be placed in charge of the quarterbacks, which may lead to openings to coach tight ends and special teams.

Friday's announcement comes a few weeks after Timm Rosenbach left the program to join his old friends and teammate Jody Sears at Weber State, a decision Delaney says he was aware of for some time.

Delaney said the decision to stay in-house and name Gragg and Hynson as co-offensive coordinators came after receiving many resumes and phone calls from interested candidates from all over the country.

University of Montana head coach Mick Delaney