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Scott Fuchs

Assistant Offensive Line


Scott Fuchs (pronounced like "Books"- FOOKS) has been named Assistant Offensive Line coach. A veteran of 30 college coaching campaigns, this will be his first NFL season.

Fuchs spent the last three years (2021-23) at the University of Kansas, where he coached seven All-Big 12 selections. In 2023, the KU offensive line paved the way for the fourth-best rushing offense in the conference as the Jayhawks ran for a league-leading 31 touchdowns.

Prior to joining the Jayhawks staff, Fuchs spent two years (2019-20) at Buffalo. Under Fuchs, the Bulls were semifinalists for the Joe Moore Award, given annually to the best offensive line unit in the nation.

Fuchs spent five seasons (2014-18) at Wyoming after coaching offensive line at his alma mater, North Dakota State, from 2009-13. He helped the Bison to a 43-2 record and three national titles between 2011 and 2013.

Prior to returning to his alma mater, Fuchs coaches one season at Southern Illinois in 2008. He also coached at Grand Valley State (2007), Nebraska-Omaha (2003-06), Minnesota-Crookston (2000-02), Wisconsin-Eau Claire (1999) and Valley City State (1997-98). The only school he did not coach the offensive line was his one season at Wisconsin-Eau Claire when he coached the defensive line.

As a player in college, Fuchs earned first-team All-America honors from the American Football Coaches Association as a senior guard for North Dakota State.