David Yost Will Call Offensive Plays For Utah State In Bowl Game
The Aggies lead offensive coach will be in New Mexico.
The offense should be fine for the bowl game.
Utah State is officially prepping for the New Mexico Bowl and there are a lot of things up in the air as the Aggies lost Matt Wells, plus many other coaches, to Texas Tech.
So, there is a concern of who would be the coaches on the sidelines, running practices and calling plays for the bowl game against North Texas.
One answer was solved as center Quin Ficklin told local that soon-to-be former offensive coordinator David Yost has been running practices and will be at the bowl game to call plays.
This is a big deal because for as good as the defense has been this year it has been the offense has been the star of the Aggie show. Even though Uath State has shown to win a few low scoring games on the back of the defense; the offense usually provides separation and can allow the defense to make plays with a lead.
Interim head coach Frank Maile explains how Yost has been keeping the offense on track.
“Offensively, the tricky part on offense is coach Yost is really the only full-time coach that is here,” Maile said. “He’s the most important one, as far as calling it. He’s done a great job with the set-up of how we practice offensively.”