Tyler Roehl elevated to Associate Head Coach

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FARGO, N.D. – North Dakota State head football coach Tim Polasek announced Monday, Jan. 8, that offensive coordinator Tyler Roehl has been elevated to associate head coach of the Bison.

Roehl, the tight ends and fullbacks coach since 2014, has been NDSU’s offensive coordinator since 2019. He has spent 11 years on the Bison staff including one season as an offensive graduate assistant in 2011.

Roehl directed one of the most prolific offenses in the FCS during the 2023 season. The Bison ranked first in rushing yards, rushing touchdowns and offensive touchdowns; second in completion percentage, passing efficiency and red-zone scoring; third in scoring offense and third-down conversion percentage; and fourth in rushing offense.

NDSU has led the nation in rushing touchdowns three straight seasons and ranked first or second in rushing yards four of Roehl’s five seasons as offensive coordinator.

An All-America running back and four-year letterman at North Dakota State from 2004 to 2008, Roehl was a fullback on NDSU’s 2006 Great West Football Conference championship team and has been part of seven FCS national championships and eight Missouri Valley Football Conference titles with the Bison.

A graduate of West Fargo High School, Roehl earned a bachelor’s degree in physical education from NDSU in 2009 and a master’s degree in health, nutrition and exercise science from NDSU in 2014.

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