BREAKING: Manning, Andrews part ways with Iowa State football


Jacob Rice

Matt Campbell smiles as he walks out of the tunnel with Iowa State offensive coordinator Tom Manning (left) ahead of the Cyclones’ game against No. 8 Oklahoma State on Oct. 23.

Andrew Harrington, Sports Editor

Both offensive coordinator Tom Manning and strength and conditioning coach Dave Andrews have parted ways with Iowa State football according to a press release from the athletics department on Friday morning.

“Decisions such as these are never easy because of the impact they have on the lives of individuals and their families, however, in order for us to move the program forward, I felt it necessary to make these changes at this time.” Campbell said in Friday’s release. “Tom and Dave are tremendous men who have had a hand in our success over the last few years, and we wish them and their families all the best in the future.”

After a 4-8 finish, Campbell decided to shake up the coaching staff, removing Manning who had been the offensive coordinator for six years at Iowa State.

Manning led the lowest-scoring offense in the Big 12 in 2022 and was contracted into 2024. Running backs coach Nate Scheelhaase will fill in as interim offensive coordinator for the Cyclones.

Andrews is also no longer with the program after spending three seasons with Iowa State.