Bart Miller, who stepped in as interim offensive line coach at the University of Wisconsin two games into the season and supervised two of the best rushing days in the football program's history, won't be a part of new coach Gary Andersen's staff.
The development was disclosed by a UW source who spoke on the condition of anonymity because the move has not yet been announced.
UW athletic director Barry Alvarez had recommended Miller as the tight ends coach, one of two remaining open positions on Andersen's staff.
Miller said prior to the Rose Bowl, he wanted to stay.
The source said Miller has a couple interviews lined up but does not know yet where he will wind up.
Miller was promoted from graduate assistant when former Badgers coach Bret Bielema fired Mike Markuson following a woeful effort by the offensive line in a 10-7 loss at Oregon State in the second game of the season.
The unit showed steady progress before exploding against Purdue for 467 rushing yards in a 38-14 victory in which Montee Ball scored three touchdowns to become the Big Ten's all-time leader with 72 for his career.
Three games later, the Badgers blitzed Indiana for a school-record 564 rushing yards, the most by a Big Ten team since 1975 and tied for third-most by a conference squad since World War II.