A pair of former C-F-L players are among the staff hired by rookie head coach Scott Flory.
Marcus Crandell will serve as offensive coordinator. He has five years coaching experience with his last job as the Ottawa Red Blacks quarterbacks coach in 2014.
Duane Dymytryshyn will serve as the receivers coach. The Huskie alumni played eight years in the CFL.
Rounding out the offensive coaching staff are Lane Bryksa (offensive line), Jeremy Long (receivers and quarterbacks) and Dan Houle (running backs)
Flory will announce his special teams staff Tuesday, followed by his defensive staff on Wednesday.
More detailed biographies of the Huskie offensive coaching staff can be viewed below:
Marcus Crandell - Offensive Coordinator
Marcus Crandell joins the Huskies as offensive coordinator after a 11-year career as a quarterback in professional football and a five year coaching career.
Crandell played in the Canadian Football League for the Edmonton Eskimos, Calgary Stampeders and Saskatchewan Roughriders from 1997 to 2008, he also spent time in NFL Europe and the XFL.
He was named the 2001 Grey Cup Most Valuable Player in 2001 with the Stampeders, and also added another championship in 2007 with the Roughriders. In 2009, Crandell joined the coaching staff of the Saskatchewan Roughriders as an offensive assistant, before joining the Eskimos as offensive coordinator in 2011.
In 2014, Crandell was the Ottawa Red Blacks quarterbacks coach.
Duane Dmytryshyn- Receivers
Saskatoon Sports Hall of Fame 2016 inductee Duane Dmytryshyn joins the Huskies as receivers coach.
A local teacher, Dmytryshyn played with the Huskies from 1989-92 winning the first University of Saskatchewan Huskies' Vanier Cup in 1990 as a running back.
He went on to play slotback for the Toronto Argonauts, winning the Grey Cup in 1996 and 1997.
In his four years at university, the Huskies won the league football title three times. Dmytryshyn led Canada West in receptions in his senior year with the Huskies and was named an All-Canadian. He scored 23 career touchdowns in the regular season and playoffs, ranking fourth on the Huskies' all-time list.
Dmytryshyn played eight years in the CFL, starting with the Calgary Stampeders, going to Toronto, and ending with the Saskatchewan Roughriders.
Dan Houle - Running Backs
Former University of Saskatchewan fullback Dan Houle joined the Huskie football team as an offensive assistant coach in 2009. Houle works with the running backs.
Graduating with a Bachelor of Education in 2010, Houle has also coached with Team Canada at the International Bowl, as well as Team Saskatchewan White at Football Canada Cup.
Houle, from Hague, Sask., played in 22 games with the Huskies from 2004 to 2008.
Lane Bryksa - Offensive Line
Former University of Saskatchewan offensive lineman Lane Bryksa joined the Huskie football team as an assistant coach in 2014.
Bryksa played with the Huskies in 2012 and 2013, was twice named an Academic All-Canadian and represented the Huskies at the East-West Bowl. Graduating with a Bachelor of Education, he also spent time with the Saskatoon Hilltops, where he was named a PFC All-Star at offensive guard. As a coach, Bryksa, has worked with the U16 Team North Saskatchewan and Bethlehem High School.
Jeremy Long - Receivers & Quarterbacks
Jeremy Long joined the Huskies' at quarterback in 2014 after playing in the Canadian Junior Football League with the Calgary Colts.
He has spent the last few years coaching high school and midget football in Calgary.