A former Shallowater standout is reportedly on his way to his first offensive coordinator job.
According to Bruce Feldman of Fox Sports, San Jose State will hire Andrew Sowder to become their new offensive coordinator.
The former Baylor wide receiver was most recently the wide receivers coach at Texas under former head coach Charlie Strong. Sowder has moved around quite a bit since he finished his playing days at Baylor in 2011, with stops at West Texas A&M, Eastern Illinois, Bowling Green and Texas.
Per Feldman, the 28-year-old will become the youngest coordinator in the FBS. He will also coach the tight ends in his new position.
Sowder joins the staff of Brent Brennan, who was hired from Oregon State last month as San Jose State’s new head coach.
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