Oregon football coach Willie Taggart has finished putting together the final touches on his coaching staff for the 2017 season.
The University of Oregon announced earlier this month that Taggart hired Marcus Arroyo be the Ducks co-offensive coordinator, quarterbacks and tight ends coach. Arroyo will split duties with offensive line coach Mario Cristobal, though Taggart has indicated he plans to call plays.
Arroyo signed a two-year deal with Oregon and is set to make $300,000 in his first season and $400,000 in the second.
Arroyo spent the last two seasons at Oklahoma State serving as the Cowboys running backs coach. Prior to Oklahoma State, Arroyo spent the 2014 season in the NFL as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers offensive coordinator and play-caller.
In the video above, get to know Arroyo, the Oregon Ducks new co-offensive coordinator, quarterbacks and tight ends coach.
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