Ohio State football coach Ryan Day confirmed he’s giving up offensive playcalling for the 2024 season, although the status of his hand-picked successor, Bill O’Brien, will be determined in the coming days.

Last month, Day hired O’Brien as Ohio State’s offensive coordinator as part of a plan to turn over playcalling to the former Penn State and Houston Texans coach. Day has been involved with the Buckeyes’ playcalling since joining the staff in 2017.

But O’Brien is one of the top candidates for the head-coaching vacancy at Boston College. He interviewed for the job along with four other candidates Tuesday in Atlanta, a source told ESPN’s Andrea Adelson. Day said Wednesday that he has “no update” on O’Brien’s status with BC but that O’Brien was in the building working for Ohio State.