Tyler Hughes enters his second season with the New England Patriots as an offensive assistant.
Tyler Hughes enters his second season with the New England Patriots as an offensive assistant. Prior to joining New England, Hughes spent two seasons (2018-19) as the head coach at Bountiful High School in Utah. Prior to that position he spent three seasons (2014-16) as the head coach of the Division II Minot State in North Dakota.
Hughes came to Minot State after spending the 2013 season at Ohio State, where he served as a quality control assistant and also worked with the quarterbacks. Prior to Ohio State, Hughes spent nine seasons at Snow College, a member of the NJCAA, in Ephraim, Utah. Hughes was the head coach during the 2011 and 2012 seasons, the offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach from 2005-10 after being hired as the wide receivers and tight ends coach in 2004. As the head coach at Snow, Hughes led the team to a 20-4 overall record, two bowl game championships and one conference title. In addition, Hughes was named the WSFL Coach of the Year in 2012 following an 11-1 season and a No. 3 national ranking.
As a player, Hughes started at wide receiver for Snow College. He and wife, Lisa, have four sons, Kenyon, Isaac, Will and Max.
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