Iowa football has new assistant coaches filling vacancies at wide receiver and offensive line, per reports.
FOX Sports’ Bruce Feldman has confirmed various reports that Northern Illinois’ Kelton Copeland will be the next Hawkeyes receivers coach, and North Dakota State offensive coordinator is getting the bump up to the FBS level as Iowa’s offensive line coach.
— Bruce Feldman (@BruceFeldmanCFB) February 14, 2017
Polasek has also previously coached at NIU, handling tight ends and fullbacks, while the Huskies job was Copeland’s first at the FBS level.
After the 2015 season’s unexpected run to the Rose Bowl, Iowa went 8-5 this season, with a trip to the Outback Bowl. Iowa’s 2016 recruiting class ranked eighth in the Big Ten and 55th overall, per 247Sports.