While Matt Rhule begins his transition from NFL head coach to college football program reinventor, some potential elements of Rule’s original Nebraska staff come into focus.
Ruhle was officially announced as Nebraska’s head coach on Saturday morning as Huskers officials, led by athletic director and former football star Treb Alberts, approached a deal with Ruhle, with several factors causing delays. After seeing what’s causing it and coming back to solidify the lure for a long time.・Fixed term contract.
Both Carolina Panthers assistant defensive line coach Terrance Knighton and assistant strength coach Cory Campbell will join the Cornhuskers staff in Luhle on Sunday by The Athletic’s Joe Parson. reported that he left the Charlotte-based NFL franchise soon after.
Ruhle’s longtime assistant Evan Cooper will also reportedly join the staff. Cooper has worked in personnel as well as a defensive back, with multiple stops with the rules.
Where else does the rule count for some of the key additions to Nebraska’s staff?
Aside from Nebraska having a swell to retain favorite son Mickey Joseph, who are the other contenders to join the first group of Cornhuskers under the rules?
Since Rhule was hired by the Nebraska program, multiple sources tell FootballScoop that two top targets for the Cornhuskers’ offensive staff have emerged.
Marcus Satterfield, the current offensive coordinator of Shane Beamer’s South Carolina Gamecocks program, is seen as closer to the rules than anyone else and an additional player the rules will greatly value.
Luhle’s longtime assistant Satterfield worked with Luhle at Temple in Baylor and for the NFL’s Panthers before agreeing to become the Beamer’s first-ever offensive coordinator in South Carolina.
Multiple sources told FootballScoop that Satterfield has agreed to an initial two-year term to direct the Gamecock offense, with Satterfield’s contract set to expire at the end of the year.
And Jake Peetz, offensive assistant for the current defending Super Bowl champion Los Angeles Rams, has history with the rules and Nebraska.
A native of Nebraska, Peets played high school ball in the state and graduated from Nebraska. Before Ed Augeron hired Peetts to run the LSU offense for LSU in 2021, Augeron’s final season, he worked with Ruhr in Carolina.
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