Washington State head coach Nick Rolovich named Craig Stutzmann as the Cougars’ co-offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach, Feb. 3, 2020.
Stutzmann worked the past four seasons in the same role for coach Rolovich at Hawai’i, helping UH to three bowl games including a 10-5 mark and Hawaii Bowl win over BYU in 2019. The former Hawaii wide receiver helped direct a Hawai’i offense that improved in total offense and passing offense in each of the past four seasons, producing the country’s ninth-rated passing offense in 2018, the fifth-best passing attack in 2019 and an offense that averaged over 30 points-per-game in each of the past two seasons.
Last season, Stutzmann was named one of six finalists for the FootballScoop National Quarterback Coach of the Year after mentoring two-time All-Mountain West Conference quarterback Cole McDonald. The senior finished 2019 third in the country in passing yards (4,135), seventh in passing yards-per-game (295.4), eighth in touchdown passes (33) and was second on the team with seven rushing touchdowns.