Published: Fri, January 12, 2018
People | By Leon Thompson

Baylor's Matt Rhule interviewed with Colts for head coaching gig

Baylor's Matt Rhule interviewed with Colts for head coaching gig

Before much ado is made about this latest development, it doesn't appear as though the Colts ever offered their head coaching job to Rhule-whose recent candidacy drew much angst among the Indianapolis fan base due to a lack of qualifications. Rhule, who completed his first season with the Bears in November, spent the 2012 season as the New York Giants offensive line coach.

For his career, Rhule owns a 29-34 record as a head coach at the college level.

Rhule has some limited experience in the National Football League as offensive line coach for the New York Giants five years ago.

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We were able to move them side to side. "They mixed it up in every way and made it hard ". "Don't go searching now", Izzo said. However, Chris Holtmann's Butler Bulldogs made the Sweet 16 last season, but this team has more apparent talent.

In his first year at Temple, Rhule went 2-10, but turned things around quickly going 6-6 the following season, just missing out on bowl eligibility.

Other coaches tied to the opening per multiple reports include New England Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels, Carolina Panthers defensive coordinator Steve Wilks, Seattle Seahawks defensive coordinator Kris Richard, Houston Texans defensive coordinator Mike Vrabel and Kansas City Chiefs special teams coordinator Dave Toub. In six years under Pagano, the Colts went 53-43 while making the playoffs three times, including an AFC Championship game appearance in 2014. There were also an abundance of injuries that plagued the team last season.

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