Just a day after the official announcement that Wyoming offensive coordinator Brent Vigen was leaving to become the head coach at Montana State, Craig Bohl has reportedly found his new offensive coordinator.
As an added bonus, he's a familiar face to Bohl too.
Multiple reports are now sharing that that Iowa offensive line coach Tim Polasek will join the Wyoming staff as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach.
Adam Rittenberg was among the first to share the news
Polasek previously served as the offensive coordinator at North Dakota State under Bohl before leaving for Iowa in 2017.
Other stops for Polasek include Northern Illinois and Wisconsin-Stevens Point (D-III).
Polasek has some quality experience working with some of the best offensive lines in college football, but has coached every other offensive position during his career, as well as defensive backs. He's also served as special teams coordinator as well during his time at NDSU.
The last time that he oversaw quarterbacks was 2003, his first season as a college coach at Wisconsin-Stevens Point, but he had a decorated career as a quarterback. Polasek graduated from Concordia (D-III - WI) with a number of school records, and remains the school's all-time leading passer.
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