The University of Houston reaches into the Big 12 to land the Cougars new offensive coordinator according to college football sources.
UH has hired Oklahoma State inside receivers coach Doug Meacham, who was also the Cowboys passing game coordinator.
Meacham, 49, was with Oklahoma State for the past eight years.
He replaces Mike Nesbitt who was fired in September after the first game of the season.
Travis Bush, who was the Cougars interim offensive coordinator, will now become the Cougars co-offensive coordinator, according to sources with knowledge of UH's process.
Bush will also be head coach Tony Levine's assistant head coach.
At Oklahoma State, Meacham was part of an offense that averaged 40 points a game and ranked among the top in the nation in total offense in five of the last six seasons.
UH officials did not comment on the moves, which are expected to be announced on Monday.