Ryan Crow enters his third season with the Baldwin Wallace University football program and second as the offensive coordinator in 2016. Crow served as an offensive line coach in 2014 and was promoted to OC a year later. He is a tireless worker and teacher of the game of football.
A year ago, in his first season as offensive coordinator, the Yellow Jacket offense averaged 31.6 points and 420.6 yards of total offense per game. His multiple sets and offensive innovations made the BW offense one of the most dynamic in Division III in 2015.
Crow had extensive experience at the NCAA Division I level as a student-athlete, graduate assistant and assistant coach. Overall, he has helped to coach 12 players who were selected in the NFL (National Football League) and three who were selected in the MLB (Major League Baseball) drafts.
Crow earned his undergraduate degree at Bowling Green State University in 2010. The Findlay, Ohio native played linebacker for the Falcons and helped BGSU to a Mid-American Conference East Division co-championship in 2007. He also played on BGSU teams that appeared in the GMAC (2007) and Humanitarian (2009) bowl games, and later coached in the Little Caesars (2011) and Heart of Dallas (2012) bowls.
Following graduation from BGSU, Crow served as a football Strength and Conditioning Coach at the University of Florida before accepting a position at Purdue University. He joined the Purdue University staff as an assistant football and baseball Strength & Conditioning Coach in June of 2011 and remained in that spot until June of 2012. He was promoted to Assistant Offensive Line Coach in June of 2012. He also served as the Purdue Recruiting Assistant for Recruiting Media.