Iowa State is announcing changes to the football team's offensive coaches which does not include a new offensive coordinator. The school announced Friday Jeff Myers will be offensive line coach, taking over for Tom Manning who left ISU to become tight ends coach for the Indianapolis Colts. Myers was a graduate assistant for the Cyclones the last two seasons. Jim Hofher, who had been Iowa State's passing game coordinator the last two years, will be senior offensive analyst and assistant to the head coach. Joel Gordon will move from offensive analyst to quarterbacks coach. He also was an offensive analyst for ISU the last two seasons. In addition, Joe Houston will be the Cyclones' special teams coordinator, a new position created thanks to a new NCAA rule allowing teams to add a 10th assistant. Houston had worked with Iowa State's kickers ass an associate for quality control for special teams the past two years.
Read Iowa State's complete news release here.