The University of Montana elevated assistant football coaches Scott Gragg and Kefense Hynson to the positions of co- offensive coordinators on Friday.
Gragg will direct Montana's running game and continue to coach the offensive line, while Hynson will oversee the passing game.
The two are filling the position vacated by Timm Rosenbach, who left the program after one season to become the offensive coordinator at Weber State.
"I've been involved in that (having co-offensive coordinators) three times before when I was at Colorado State, and all three of those coaches are in the NFL now," Montana head coach Mick Delaney said. "If it's the right fit and the right personalities, then I think it's a good situation."
Montana finished 5-6 this season for its first losing record since 1985.