Former Penn State Wide Receiver Bobby Engram has been named the new offensive coordinator for the University of Wisconsin. Engram has been an assistant coach in the past 11 seasons, most recently as the tight ends coach for the Baltimore Ravens.
Engram was responsible for the development of Pro Bowl tight end Mark Andrews into one of the best tight ends in the NFL the past three seasons. He was previously the wide receivers coach for the ravens from 2014-18.
Engram was a three-time All-Big Ten selection, a three-time All-American, and won the 1994 Biletnikoff Award winner. He left the school as the all-time receptions leader and held that mark until 2008 when Dion Butler surpassed his mark of 165. The highlight game of his career was when he was the MVP of the 1994 Citrus Bowl when the Nittany Lions upset the Tennessee Volunteers 31-13 when he recorded 184 total yards with 107 receiving on seven catches, 42 punt return yards, and 35 yards off a reverse and to go along with a touchdown.
Engram went on to play 14 seasons in the NFL with the Chicago Bears, Seattle Seahawks, and Kansas City Chiefs. Engram recorded 650 catches for 7,751 yards and 35 touchdowns in his career and was named to the Seahawks 35th anniversary team
Engram will reunite with Wisconsin head coach Paul Chryst who served as the receivers coach from 2012-13 when they were together at the University of Pittsburgh.