Coach Buhler is entering his third season on staff here at Iowa Central Community College. This will be his second-year coaching Quarterbacks at ICCC. As Quarterbacks coach, he helped guide Demarcus Irons Jr. to a productive Freshman (RS) season where he led the NJCAA in QB efficiency while being named the 2019 ICCAC Offensive Player of the Year and a member of the NJCAA HM All-American Team. In his first year at Iowa Central, Buhler coached the Wide Receivers where the program saw 4 WR’s move onto D1 FBS Programs. Emmanuel Greene (Univ. Of New Mexico) and Rashad Witty (Morningside) were named 2018 ICCAC 1ST Team All-Conference Offense while Carlton Todd (Univ. of Buffalo) was named 2018 ICCAC HM All-Conference Offense.
Buhler spent the 2016 and 2017 seasons as the Graduate Assistant Runnings Backs coach at Northeastern State University (OK). Prior to that he spent the 2015 season at Washburn Rural High School (KS) as an Offensive Assistant coaching QB’s.
Buhler played at Washburn University (KS) from 2011-2014 where he was a 3-year starter and team captain at Quarterback. He graduated from Washburn in 2016 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology. He then went on to get his Masters of Science degree in Health and Kinesiology from Northeastern State in 2018.
He is the son of Steve and Shelly Buhler and has two siblings Matt (brother) and Maura (sister).
2019 – Present: Iowa Central CC, Quarterbacks Coach / Video Coordinator
2018: Iowa Central CC, Wide Receivers Coach / Video Coordinator
2016-2018: Northeastern State University, Offensive Graduate Assistant, Running Backs
2015: Washburn Rural High School, Offensive Assistant, Quarterbacks