STATE COLLEGE (KDKA) — Penn State has hired its new offensive line coach.

The university announced Friday that Boston College offensive line coach Phil Trautwein has been hired by the Nittany Lions.

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Penn State previously moved on from OL coach Matt Limegrover.

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“We are thrilled to welcome Phil and his family to Penn State,” head coach James Franklin said in a university-issued release. “Phil has had success at the highest level as a player, winning two National Championships at Florida and spending four seasons in the NFL. He is a rising star in our profession and has had success in developing tremendous offensive linemen during his time at Boston College with nine players earning All-ACC honors in two seasons. We are excited to bring his knowledge and experiences to Happy Valley.”

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Trautwein served as the offensive line coach for the last two seasons at Boston College.