Kellen Moore turns down Boise State to remain with Cowboys
Kellen Moore will remain with the Dallas Cowboys rather than return to his alma mater, according to a report.
ESPN’s Chris Mortensen and Ed Werder reported on Saturday that Moore is expected to sign a contract extension with Dallas.
Kellen Moore will remain as the Dallas Cowboys offensive coordinator in 2021, bypassing an opportunity to return to his alma mater at Boise St as HC, per league sources to @WerderEdESPN and me.
Cowboys expect to sign Moore to an extension, per sources.
— Chris Mortensen (@mortreport) January 3, 2021
Moore recently confirmed interest in the Boise State job, which became vacant when Bryan Harsin left to take the Auburn job.
Moore was a four-year starter at Boise State and is the most successful quarterback in the program’s history. Though he is only 32, he has been with the Cowboys as a coach since retiring as a player after the 2017 season. This is Moore’s second season as Dallas’ offensive coordinator.