Iowa State has parted ways with offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach Courtney Messingham and running backs coach Kenith Pope.
Iowa State defeated West Virginia 52-44 in triple overtime in the Cyclones' season finale this past weekend.
“I want to thank both Courtney and Kenith for their service to Iowa State,” coach Paul Rhoads said in a statement. “They have great character and work ethic, and have been excellent ambassadors for the university and community. They worked hard to help elevate our program and have been an important part of the success we have had in this program the last five years.”
Messingham had been with Rhoads during his five seasons as head coach, but spent the past two as offensive coordinator. The Cyclones ranked 96th nationally in total offense with 363 yards per game and 91st in scoring offense with just averaged just 24.8 points per game.
The Cyclones were 89th nationally in rushing with 143.8 yards per game.
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