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No surprise: Kellen Moore quickly moving up the NFL coaching ranks in Dallas

Cowboys QB coach Kellen Moore on Dak and transitioning from playing to coaching

First-year QB coach Kellen Moore talks about Dak Prescott and transitioning from player to coach.
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First-year QB coach Kellen Moore talks about Dak Prescott and transitioning from player to coach.

To the surprise of almost no one in the Treasure Valley, former Boise State quarterback Kellen Moore quickly has made a name for himself as a coach, spending this season as the Dallas Cowboys’ quarterbacks coach.

Dallas recently fired offensive coordinator Scott Linehan, with whom Moore has worked all but one year since his NFL playing career began in 2012. Moore will remain on the staff, but his future role is unclear.

The Cowboys recently hired ex-quarterback Jon Kitna for an undetermined role. The ex-Boise State great is rumored to be in line to be either the new offensive coordinator or passing game coordinator. Moore is running the NFC’s offense at the Pro Bowl.

In this week’s 208 Podcast, Dave Southorn and Jay Tust talk about Moore’s rise, Boise State basketball and changes to the Broncos’ football staff, and even take a dip into the world of MLB.

Listen to this week’s podcast episode above. You can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, Google Play, TuneIn and Stitcher.

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Dave Southorn, the Idaho Statesman’s Boise State sports reporter, and KTVB sports director Jay Tust are the hosts of the weekly podcast “The 208: Sports. Stats. Stories.”

Dave Southorn is a 2004 graduate from the University of Colorado. He has covered Boise State athletics since 2005, and worked at the Idaho Statesman since 2013. He’s won multiple Idaho Press Club awards and once won a contest designing a play for the Seattle Seahawks.

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