Other additions to the Ventura staff were especially familiar to Mooshagian, who has added his son, Bobby Mooshagian, and his potential future-son-in-law, Tyson Butler.
The younger Mooshagian will coach receivers and work as the program's video coordinator.
"That's such an art now with the computers," said the elder Mooshagian.
Butler will coach running backs. Both played at Sacramento State and coached with Mooshagian at Feather River in 2009.
Former NFL safety Michael Stewart, who played with the Rams and Dolphins from 1987-1993 has also joined the staff. Stewart, who played at Fresno State when Mooshagian was an assistant there, is actually a Bakersfield College product.
Stewart lives in Thousand Oaks and his sons Andru and Deveraux have played for Oaks Christian in recent years.
Some returning coaches have had their duties altered.
Jason Bendinelli, formerly the offensive line and tight ends coach, has been promoted to offensive coordinator.
"He's done a great job," said Mooshagian, who retains playcalling duties. "He understands all aspects of the offense. He's very efficient."
Tom Lawrence, who remains the special teams coordinator, takes over tight ends.
Mooshagian said the additions were made necessary by a bigger roster. Ventura began camp with 130 players.