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Want to become a head coach?

Aspire to be a head coach someday? If you are an offensive coordinator, we might suggest finding an opening somewhere other than in the Big Ten.

We caught this on Twitter last night.

In the last 25 years, the only two sitting Big Ten offensive coordinators to become a head coach are Bill Snyder and Don Treadwell.

Snyder was the offensive coordinator at Iowa under Hayden Fry before being hired at Kansas State prior to the 1989 season and Treadwell was hired this past off-season at Miami (OH) after serving under Mark Dantonio at Michigan State.