position Quality Control, Kicking
Rob Keys enters his first season as a quality control coach at Ohio State in 2022. He will work with the Buckeyes’ special teams.
Keys spent 11 years at the helm of the University of Findlay football program, accumulating a 75-42 (.641) overall record. In 2021, leading the Oilers to their first conference title since joining the NCAA Division II ranks. For his efforts, he was named the Great Midwest Athletic Conference (G-MAC) Coach of the Year and was voted the NCAA Division II Region 3 Coach of the Year.
During his time at Findlay, Keys led the Oilers to a pair of appearances in the NCAA Division II playoffs (2017, 2021) and coached ten players who achieved NCAA Division II All-American accolades. 179 of his athletes have earned all-conference accolades as well.
Keys was hired as the head coach at Findlay on Dec. 16, 2010 and also spent time as the Oilers co-defensive coordinator and special teams coordinator from 2000-04. Keys spent time coaching at West Virginia University, his alma mater, Indiana State University, Slippery Rock University, and the University of New Hampshire.