After interviewing with Colts, Rhule decides to stay at Baylor

Baylor head coach Matt Rhule addresses the media in Feb. 2017. After interviewing with the colts Rhule has decided to stay at Baylor.
Laria file

Baylor head coach Matt Rhule addresses the media in Feb. 2017. After interviewing with the colts Rhule has decided to stay at Baylor. Laria file

When Matt Rhule's name started to get tossed around as the next head coach of the Indianapolis Colts, it surprised some and seemed like a logical move to others. Rhule made Cooper his first hire after accepting the position December 6, 2016 and leading Temple's Owls to a 20-7 record through two seasons - the best two-season mark in school history. After interviewing with the colts, Rhule has made a decision to stay at Baylor.

Rhule did not respond to a Tribune-Herald request for comment, and Baylor athletic director Mack Rhoades declined to comment, citing Baylor personnel policy. He then coached Temple for the next five years and went 28-24 with the Owls. Despite seeing Baylor put up a disastrous 2017 campaign, Rhule is widely respected within the coaching community.

Rhule's first season with Baylor yielded lackluster results on the field, but provided hope for the future and a stout recruiting class.

The Indianapolis Colts aren't leaving any stone unturned in an attempt to replace the recently fired Chuck Pagano at head coach. He has some National Football League experience as an assistant offensive line coach for the New York Giants in 2012. Lauderdale, Fla. He also worked briefly with Al Golden, a former National Football League player, 4-year Miami Hurricanes head coach, and the current Detroit Lions Tight Ends Coach.

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