Killin Moore will remain with the Dallas Cowboys, as the club announced a multi-year extension with their offensive coordinator.
Moore’s deal with Dallas was set to expire after this season, and his alma mater, Boise State, chased him as its head coach.
In a statement issued by the Cowboys, Moore said he was “extremely excited” to be with the team.
“I love Boise State. I’ll always encourage them, and I hope someday to be a part of the program again,” Moore said. “We’re building something special here in Dallas. I’m grateful to the Jones family and Mike McCarthy for the opportunity to train these special players. I’m excited for us to put it all together and get the job done.”
Moore, 32, has been the Cowboy’s offensive coordinator since 2019. The Boise State job opened last month when he left Bryan Harsin to take over the head coach position at Auburn, replacing dismissed Gus Malzahn.
In last weekend’s home win against the Philadelphia Eagles, the Cowboys achieved 513 total yards from attack, surpassing 500 yards for the fourth time this season, tying the most in the team’s history with the 1978, 1966 and 2019 crimes.
Dallas also played three passes from over 50 yards against the Eagles, the most a team in the NFL has done this season. In the past three games, the Cowboys offensive has contributed 94 of 108 points to Dallas.
ESPN’s Todd Archer contributed to this report.
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