HUNTINGTON, W.V. – A former Montana State coach is moving up through the college ranks. Tim Cramsey, who spent three seasons with MSU starting in 2013, is joining Marshall University as the team’s offensive coordinator, according to the Herald-Dispatch.
Cramsey led one of the most prolific offenses in Bobcat history averaging more than 37 points and 475 yards of total offense per game. He left Bozeman for the offensive coordinator job at Nevada before moving on to Sam Houston State for a year.
The Pennsylvania native started his coaching career at New Hampshire, his alma mater, where he coached under former NFL head coach and current UCLA head coach Chip Kelly.