Nebraska hires Matt Rhule as head coach

Matt Rhule has agreed to become the next head football coach at the University of Nebraska

WACO, Texas – Former Baylor football coach Matt Rhule and the University of Nebraska have agreed on a deal to make Rhule their next head coach, according to the university.

Rhule was fired by the Carolina Panthers last October after two and a half seasons in the NFL. He went 11-27 in 38 games with the Panthers after leaving Baylor.

In a statement from the University of Nebraska, they said:

“Rhule, 47, has built an impressive coaching resume over the past 25 seasons with experience at both the collegiate and professional levels. Rhule has been a head coach for the past 10 years, including seven seasons in the collegiate ranks and the last three seasons in the NFL with the Carolina Panthers.

Alberts said Rhule’s success as head coach at Temple and Baylor demonstrates Rhule’s ability to build a program and makes him an ideal candidate for Nebraska.

“It’s a privilege to welcome Coach Matt Rhule, his wife Julie and their family to Nebraska,” said Alberts. “Coach Rhule has created a culture of success throughout his coaching career and he will be excellent at leading the young men in our football programme. Matt is detail oriented, his teams are disciplined and play physical football. Matt also has the personality and relationship building skills to build great employees and excel in recruitment.”

At Baylor, just two years after going 1-11 in Rhule’s first season for the Big 12 program, the Bears went 11-3 in 2020.

https://www.kvue.com/article/sports/nebraska-hires-former-baylor-coach-matt-rhule/500-1d482217-b67e-45ed-93d9-0e088046647b Nebraska hires Matt Rhule as head coach

Laura Coffey

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