MOORHEAD — The Concordia football team has a new offensive coordinator, Cobbers head coach Terry Horan announced Tuesday, Jan. 21.
Assistant coach Travis Titus has been elevated to offensive coordinator, taking over for Aaron Willits, who left the program in December to take a job in the business community.
“I can’t thank Aaron enough for all he did for the program during his nine seasons at Concordia,” Horan said in a news release. “He was a terrific mentor for the Concordia student-athletes and his work ethic will be missed.”
Willits served as the team’s offensive coordinator last season and was the co-offensive coordinator with Dale Hertel from 2012-18.
Titus joined the Concordia coaching staff in 2019 and was the offensive line coach last season. He also helped Willits with offensive schemes and game plans.
“I am extremely excited to have Travis step into the position of offensive coordinator,” Horan said. “His understanding of multiple offenses, as well as his ability to teach the game to student-athletes will continue to keep our offense producing at a high level.”
Titus has more than 12 years of coaching experience in the college football ranks.
Prior to coaching at Concordia, Titus was the offensive coordinator at Presentation College in Aberdeen, S.D.
Titus moved to Presentation after serving on the staff at the University of Jamestown. He was on the staff for the Jimmies for four seasons, including a stint as the interim head coach in 2015 when he went 3-1 in the final four games that season.
Titus was the associate head coach, recruiting coordinator and coached the quarterbacks and running backs while in Jamestown. He graduated from Minot State in 2003 with a degree in social studies and then went on to earn his master's degree in education leadership and administration from Northern State In 2013.