Arizona State loses OL coach Henson to Oklahoma State
On Jan. 17, Arizona State officially welcomed Josh Henson into the fold as an assistant head coach/offensive line coach who would also be a run game coordinator.
Less than four weeks later, he is gone.
Henson had come to Arizona State from Oklahoma State, where he was an offensive analyst in 2016.
For Arizona State losing Henson, who is known to be a top-notch recruiter, comes during an offseason in which they have suffered a handful of defections.
Offensive coordinator Chip Lindsey left for Auburn, while receivers coach Jay Norvell departed to Nevada and tight ends coach Delvaughn Alexander went to Notre Dame. Chris Thomsen, who Henson had replaced as the offensive line coach, moved on to TCU.
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