RENO, NV (Reno Gazette-Journal) - Nevada Wolf Pack offensive line coach Darren Hiller will take the same position at Cincinnati, according to a source with knowledge of the move.
Hiller came to Nevada last season after a decade as Arkansas State's offensive line coach. In his one season with the Wolf Pack, the team rushed for 271 yards per game, seventh in the nation, and allowed 18 sacks.
Hiller's unit had two All-Mountain West honorees, including tackle Jeff Nady and guard Chris Barker, both seniors. Junior tackle Joel Bitonio also played at an all-conference level.