position Offensive Analyst
Todd Fitch joined the Ohio State football program in January 2021 as an offensive analyst.
Fitch is an Ohio native who grew up in Bellaire, Ohio and attended Ohio Wesleyan, where he played defensive back for the Battling Bishops from 1982-85. He’s a 34-year coaching veteran who has coached at 12 different schools. He most recently was the offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach at Vanderbilt in 2020.
Fitch and Ryan Day worked on the same staff together at Boston College in 2013 and 2014. Fitch was the wide receivers coach/passing game coordinator while Day served as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach.
Prior to his time at Vanderbilt, Fitch was the offensive coordinator at Louisiana Tech for four seasons. He also coached wide receivers (2016-17) and quarterbacks (2018-19) for the Bulldogs where he helped the program to four consecutive postseason appearances.
Fitch has six different stints as an offensive coordinator after holding similar positions at Louisiana Tech, Boston College, East Carolina, South Florida and Connecticut.
While at Boston College, he guided an Eagle passing attack highlighted by career receptions and receiving yards record-holder Alex Amidon and quarterback Chase Rettig, who finished the season with a 140.6 efficiency rating and the fewest interceptions in the Atlantic Coast Conference in 2013.
Fitch and wife Julie are the parents a son, Curtis, and daughter, and Peyton.