Hired March 17, 2022, Ramsen Golpashin begins his first season as an offensive quality control coach for the Packers. Golpashin comes to Green Bay from the college ranks, having most recently worked at UCLA from 2018-21, where he served as an offensive line graduate assistant from 2018-19 and a defensive line analyst in 2020-21.
During his time at UCLA, Golpashin helped coach OL Sean Rhyan, who was selected by the Packers in the third round (No. 92 overall) of the 2022 NFL Draft. As a true freshman in 2019, Rhyan started all 12 games and was named to the Freshman All-America team by both USA Today and The Athletic. In 2019, the Bruins' line helped the offense register a streak of five consecutive 200-yard rushing games for the first time since 1978.
Golpashin also aided in the development of Bruins DL Osa Odighizuwa, who was a third-round draft selection (No. 75 overall) by the Dallas Cowboys in 2021. As a senior at UCLA in 2020, Odighizuwa led the defensive line with 30 tackles (12 solo) and ranked No. 2 on the team with four sacks on his way to earning consensus first-team All-Pacific-12 recognition.
In 2017, Golpashin served as an offensive quality control coach at the University of California-Berkeley. That season, the Golden Bears were one of only three Pac-12 teams to feature a 3,000-yard passer (QB Ross Bowers, 3,039) and a 1,000-yard rusher (RB Patrick Laird, 1,127).
Golpashin worked as an offensive line graduate assistant at the University of Oregon in 2016, where he helped develop OL Tyrell Crosby, who went on to be drafted in the fifth round (No. 153 overall) by the Detroit Lions in 2018. The Ducks ranked No. 15 in the nation in '16 in yards per carry (5.51) and No. 27 in rushing offense (226.4 ypg).
Golpashin's first coaching experience came at the University of Hawai'i in 2015, where he worked as an offensive line graduate assistant. The line helped clear holes for RB Paul Harris as he led the team with a career-high 1,132 rushing yards, the first 1,000-yard rusher at UH since 2010 and only the second since 1992.
Golpashin played on the offensive line at Oregon from 2008-11, where he was a part of teams that won three consecutive Pac-12 titles (2009-11) and made a 2011 BCS National Championship appearance. He started at right guard as a senior in the 2011 season opener vs. LSU, but saw his season end after two games due to a significant knee injury. Golpashin was one of two Ducks to be named the "most inspirational" player by his teammates that season.
Golpashin began his career as a chief of staff intern with the football team at his alma mater for a year.
Golpashin also helped train some of the top offensive and defensive linemen in preparation for the 2022 NFL Draft, putting Michigan DE Aidan Hutchinson and North Carolina State OL Ickey Ekwonu through a series of skills training, drills and combine preparation.
Golpashin was born Dec. 27, 1988, in Culver City, Calif.