MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — Montana football coach Mick Delaney says he will have co-offensive coordinators for the 2013 season.

Current assistants Scott Gragg and Kefense Hynson (kah-FIN'-say hen-SON') will be elevated to the shared position, with Gragg overseeing the running game and the offensive line while Hynson directs the passing game along with tight ends and special teams.

The two fill the position vacated by Timm Rosenbach, who left after one season to become offensive coordinator at Weber State.

Gragg was an All-American offensive tackle at UM who played 11 seasons in the NFL. He has coached at Montana for the past three years.

Hynson recently completed his first season as Montana's special teams and tight ends coach. Prior to that, he coached wide receivers at Yale for three seasons.