A previous coach from the Razorbacks resumes an on-field position in Texas.

The ex-Texas high school football coach is set to take on the role of passing game coordinator. Morris is stepping in for Craig Stutzman, who assumed the position of offensive coordinator at San Jose State under the new head coach, Ken Niumatalolo. Boasting a track record of 169 wins and 38 losses over 16 seasons as a high school coach, Morris spent two successful seasons at powerhouse Lake Travis, securing back-to-back state titles with a flawless 32-0 record before transitioning to college football.

Under the leadership of GJ Kinne, the Texas State Bobcats program is gaining prominence in the Sun Belt Conference. Kinne, a former quarterback for Tulsa, guided the team to an impressive 8-5 season and secured their first bowl win. Morris had previously served as Kinne’s offensive coordinator in the 2010 season, during which the Golden Hurricane’s star quarterback threw for 3,650 yards (ranking No. 11 in college football) and passed for 36 touchdowns (ranking No. 9 in the country).

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