Just a couple of weeks after “parting ways” with LSU, Greg Studwara has found himself a new coaching home.

Maryland announced Saturday that Studwara has been hired as the Terps’ new offensive line coach. Studrawa had been a part of Les Miles’ LSU staff as line coach for seven seasons, making him the longest-tenured assistant in the program before the two sides abruptly ceased and desisted their working relationship.

“Greg will be a great addition to our coaching staff,” said head coach Randy Edsall in a statement. “He comes from a diverse coaching background, with experience coordinating an offense as well as working with the offensive line. He has helped many players reach their goal of playing at the next level and his ability to teach will be very important in the development of our student-athletes.”

The coordinating experience Edsall spoke of came in 2011 and 2012 after Steve Kragthorpe was forced to step aside due to health issues, with Studrawa assuming the role of offensive coordinator with the Tigers. He relinquished that role to Cam Cameron in 2013.

Prior to that, he had served as the line coach at first Arkansas State and then Bowling Green under Urban Meyer.