Hawaii's search for a new offensive line coach is coming to an end, and the Warriors are snagging a former Power 5 offensive lineman in the process.
Sources tell FootballScoop that Hawaii coach Todd Graham is tabbing A'lique Terry as the new offensive line coach in the program.
A former Wake Forest offensive lineman who's spent the past two seasons as a graduate assistant on Mario Cristobal's Oregon staff, Terry is part of Graham's ongoing staff reconstruction.
Most recently, Hawaii and Graham saw Atlantic Coast Conference program Pittsburgh hire away wide receivers coach Brennan Marion as the Panthers' wide receivers coach late last month.
Playing and beginning his coaching career for Dave Clawson at Wake Forest, Terry has been a part of four postseason teams including the Ducks' 2020 Rose Bowl appearance.
Graham's first season at Hawaii, where he replaced Nick Rolovich when Rolovich agreed to replace Mike Leach at Washington state, finished with a 5-4 mark in 2020. The Warriors doubled-up Houston, 28-14, in the New Mexico Bowl to post a winning season in the debut of Graham, a former head coach at Arizona State among other spots.
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