Moebes resigns as Cooper head football coach, Roan promoted
ABILENE, Texas —
After seven seasons as Cooper's head football coach and athletic coordinator, Todd Moebes has resigned his position, and will be succeeded by assistant coach Aaron Roan.
Moebes is resigning for personal reasons, according to a press release by Abilene ISD on Monday morning.
Both Moebes and Roan have been on the Cooper coaching staff since 2006, with Roan serving as defensive coordinator for the past seven seasons.
"We are fortunate to have a person of the caliber of Aaron Roan here to step in and lead CHS athletics," said Abilene ISD Athletic Director Phil Blue. "Aaron is very familiar with all aspects of the football program, and will do a tremendous job of continuing the strong tradition of excellence in Cougar Nation."
Roan graduated from McMurry in 2004, and also coached at Stamford and Springtown before arriving at Cooper.
Moebes compiled a 54-34 record and made the playoffs in each of his seven seasons as head coach. The Cougars reached the third round of the postseason five times, including the past three years Each of those three seasons ended with a loss to powerhouse Aledo.
KTXS will continue to update this developing story.