Iowa State OC Taylor Mouser Talks Spring Drills

Iowa State offensive coordinator Taylor Mouser hopes a talented wide receiver group will provide the Cyclones with more big plays next season. Mouser is entering his ninth season on the ISU staff and took over the offense after Nate Scheelhaase left to take a job on the staff of the Los Angeles Rams.

Helping his transition to offensive coordinator is the presence of quarterback Rocco Becht. He was the Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year.

Mouser says it is important for the offense to develop and identity this spring.

Iowa State’s spring game is April 20th.

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