Reports: Iowa State promotes Taylor Mouser to OC

Iowa State is reportedly promoting assistant head coach and tight ends coach Taylor Mouser to offensive coordinator.

According to Adam Rittenberg of ESPN, Mouser will earn the promotion after his eighth year with the Cyclones.

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Mouser has been part of Iowa State’s coaching staff for almost a decade. He began his coaching career under current Cyclones head coach Matt Campbell at Toledo in 2015 as a graduate assistant.

Mouser followed Campbell to Iowa State when the latter became head coach in 2016. Mouser remained as a graduate assistant before becoming assistant director of scouting in 2017-18.

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The Chandler, Arizona, native earned one of his first promotions in 2019 when Mouser moved into a senior quality control coach on offense for two seasons. He then coached Cyclones tight ends from 2021-22.

Prior to last season, Mouser received a promotion to assistant head coach. He’s been part of Cyclones teams that’ve advanced to bowl games in seven of the past eight years.