Oklahoma State hires Wozniak as running backs coach

STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) Oklahoma State has hired John Wozniak as its running backs coach.

The school announced Tuesday that Wozniak is replacing Carlos Arroyo.

Wozniak, a former offensive graduate assistant at Oklahoma State under Les Miles in 2004, won a national title as an offensive quality control coach for Miles at LSU in 2007. He won another national title as a special teams analyst under Nick Saban at Alabama in 2012.

Wozniak spent the past four seasons coaching wide receivers and special teams at Southern Mississippi. At Oklahoma State, he inherits a group that features running back Justice Hill, the Big 12's Newcomer of the Year, who rushed for 1,142 yards last season.

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