Report: Kellen Moore interviews for head coaching job at Boise State
The cowboys certainly have names in mind for a new defense coordinator. They may also need a new offensive coordinator.
Kellen Moore, Cowboys' offensive coordinator, did an interview for the Boise State head coach job, reports Matt Prater of The Idaho Press.
Moore and Oregon defensive coordinator Andy Avalos is the favorite for the job left open with Bryan Harsin's departure to Auburn.
Prater reports: “Kellen Moore & Andy Avalos are very interested in #BoiseState jobs. Both families on board. Both have interviewed. The process included Chris Petersen per source. I expect one to be hired this week. "
Moore broke the FBS record for victories as Broncos quarterback, going 50-3 from 2008-11. He spent three seasons with the Lions and three with the Cowboys before Dallas hired him as quarterbacks coach in 2018.
The 32-year-old Moore became the offensive coordinator of the Cowboys in 2019. He remained the Cowboys' offensive coordinator and play caller when Mike McCarthy became head coach that spring.
McCarthy said earlier this week that he hadn't spoken to Moore about the Boise State job.
"I think anything that goes about career advancement is just about dealing with those opportunities individually," said McCarthy.
The Cowboys are expected to part ways with Defense Coordinator Mike Nolan after a season. Dallas ranks 24th in overall defense, including 32nd place in rapid defense and 31st place in allowable scores.
Report: Kellen Moore interviews for the Boise State head coach originally appeared on Pro Football Talk
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