Bob Bostad didn’t stick as the University of Pittsburgh’s offensive coordinator and offensive line coach for long.
Bostad is leaving the Panthers to become Tampa Bay’s new offensive line coach, a source told FOXSports.com.
Bostad, who had followed new Pitt head coach Paul Chryst from Wisconsin in January, was a Badgers assistant the previous six seasons. Three of Wisconsin’s offensive linemen – Gabe Carimi (Chicago), John Moffitt (Seattle) and Bill Nagy (Dallas) – were chosen in last year’s NFL draft.
Bostad will be working under new Bucs offensive coordinator Mike Sullivan, who was the New York Giants’ quarterbacks coach the previous two seasons.