Oregon Ducks running back Bucky Irving (0) runs the ball during the first half of the Nov. 26 game against the Oregon State Beavers at Reser Stadium.

Oregon reportedly will hire Texas-San Antonio offensive coordinator Will Stein as its next offensive coordinator. 

Multiple media outlets are reporting the move, including 247Sports.com

Stein will replace Kenny Dillingham, who left the Ducks to become Arizona State’s head coach after Oregon’s 38-34 loss to Oregon State. 

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Texas-San Antonio is ninth nationally in total offense at 486.1 total yards per game under Stein. 

This season under Dillingham, Oregon is fourth nationally in total offense at 507.8 total yards per game. 

Stein has been at Texas-San Antonio for three seasons as passing game coordinator and wide receivers coach, then offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. 

Stein previously worked as a quality control assistant at Texas and Louisville. 

Stein, 33, played quarterback at Louisville from 2008 to 2012. 

Louisville quarterback Will Stein throws a pass during the first half of an NCAA college football game against Rutgers in 2012.



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