This move is not official yet, as Tampa is still waiting to officially name its assistant hires. However, word out of Boston is that BC special teams coach Dave Brock will be the new offensive coordinator at Rutgers. Brock served as the interim OC last year after Kevin Rogers down. Brock, originally a native of South Jersey, is certainly a respectable position coach hire given his resume (Temple, K-State, etc...) The BC offense did not look great last year though, and Brock (who was an interim OC, mind you) was relieved of his duties following the season. He was rumored to be looking to bolt as a result to begin with, and I thought there was a decent chance he would be re-united with Kyle Flood given that both worked at Hofstra in the mid-90s, and Flood has supposedly been looking at other former colleagues such as Rob Spence. Plus, there's also the matter of the BC staff probably being a year away from a full house-cleaning, so it makes a lot of sense for Brock to get out while he still can. Well, there's one domino down. There are worse things in the world than reuniting the 1997 Hofstra staff (look it up, it wasn't a halfway bad staff.) Stylistically, Brock has been involved with a lot of different looks in his career. I would bet on a run heavy, play-action attack predominating in 2012 though. While Brock is a native of South Jersey, he recruited the midwest for BC. That isn't much of a concern, as most coordinators do far less recruiting than position coaches. Update: Tom Luicci says Dave Cohen will probably be LB coach.