Former Husker QB Taylor's teammates explain meteoric rise toward NFL head coaching post – Lincoln Journal Star

Life must be moving pretty fast for Zac Taylor these days, not that he’s any stranger to the whirlwind.

The former Nebraska quarterback and current Los Angeles Rams quarterbacks coach assuredly hopes his team plays through Feb. 3, Super Bowl Sunday.

Even if Los Angeles, where Taylor has spent the past two seasons, falls short of winning it all, though, the 35-year-old’s career is on track to continue careening upward in 2019.

That’s because Taylor, the 2006 Big 12 offensive player of the year as a senior for the Huskers, is the reported choice for the Cincinnati Bengals’ head coaching job.

Taylor’s familiar with the city. He spent the 2016 season as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at the University of Cincinnati. That came after finishing 2015 with the same title for the Miami Dolphins and one year before joining the

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