Matt Rhule
Matt Rhule
 
Search
Matt Rhule
Custom Search
Matt Rhule
 
 
 
 
 
Go Back

Smartphone









Free the Animation VR / AR
Play to reveal 3D images and 3D models!
Demonstration A-Frame / Multiplayer
Android app on Google Play
 
vlrPhone / vlrFilter
Project of very low consumption, radiation and bitrate softphones, with the support of the spatial audio, of the frequency shifts and of the ultrasonic communications / Multifunction Audio Filter with Remote Control!



 

Vectors and 3D Models

City Images, Travel Images, Safe Images

Howto - How To - Illustrated Answers

 

Matt Rhule
Matthew Kenneth Rhule (born January 31, 1975) is an American football coach and former player. He is currently the head football coach at Baylor University

View Wikipedia Article

Matt Rhule Rhule at 2017 Big 12 Media DaysSport(s) FootballCurrent positionTitle Head coachTeam BaylorConference Big 12Record 2–11Biographical detailsBorn (1975-01-31) January 31, 1975 (age 43)
New York, New YorkPlaying career1994–1997 Penn State Position(s) LinebackerCoaching career (HC unless noted)1998 Albright (LB)1999-2000 Buffalo (DL)2001 UCLA (DL)2002 Western Carolina (LB/ST)2003–2004 Western Carolina (AHC/LB/ST)2005 Western Carolina (AHC/RGC/OL/ST)2006 Temple (DL)2007 Temple (QB/RC)2008–2010 Temple (OC/QB)2011 Temple (OC/TE/RC)2012 New York Giants (OL)2013–2016 Temple2017–present Baylor Head coaching recordOverall 30–34Bowls 0–1Accomplishments and honorsChampionships 1 American Athletic Conference (2016)

Matthew Kenneth Rhule (born January 31, 1975) is an American football coach and former player. He is currently the head football coach at Baylor University. He was previously the coach of Temple University where he led them to back-to-back 10-win seasons for the first time in school history.

Contents
  • 1 Early years
  • 2 Coaching career
    • 2.1 Assistant coaching
    • 2.2 New York Giants
    • 2.3 Temple
    • 2.4 Baylor
  • 3 NFL players coached
    • 3.1 Temple
  • 4 Head coaching record
  • 5 References
  • 6 External links
Early years

Rhule grew up in New York City before his family moved to State College, Pennsylvania as a teenager. Rhule played linebacker at State College Area High School before walking on as a linebacker to Penn State. At Penn State, Rhule played four years underneath Joe Paterno and was a three-time Penn State Scholar-Athlete and an Academic All-Big Ten honoree in 1997.[1] While at Penn State, Rhule received his Bachelor's of Arts in Political Science.

Coaching career Assistant coaching

Following the end of his playing career, Rhule was hired as the linebackers coach for Albright College. After one year at Albright, Rhule had stops at Buffalo, UCLA and Western Carolina before being hired at Temple as a defensive line coach in 2006. Rhule would switch to quarterbacks coach in 2007 before being named Temple's offensive coordinator in 2008.[1]

New York Giants

After six years at Temple, Rhule joined Tom Coughlin's New York Giants as the assistant offensive line coach. With the Giants, Rhule coached Super Bowl champions like David Diehl, Kevin Boothe, and Chris Snee.[1]

Temple

On December 17, 2012, Rhule was named the 26th head football coach at Temple, succeeding Steve Addazio who left to become the head coach at Boston College.[2]

In July 2015, Rhule signed a four-year extension with Temple that extended him through the 2021 season. After a tremendous third year with the Owls, this deal was re-negotiated to keep Rhule at the university. He was the target of Mizzou and Syracuse, but chose to remain at Temple.[3][4]

On September 5, 2015, in front of 69,741 fans, Rhule defeated his alma mater, Penn State, 27–10, the Owls' first win over the Lions since 1941.

In his third year as Temple's head coach, Rhule's Temple team went 10–2 in the regular season, winning the American's East Division and took part in the conference's inaugural championship game.[5] The next season, he took the Owls to their second consecutive championship game, where they won their first conference championship since 1967.

Baylor

On December 6, 2016, Rhule was named the head football coach at Baylor University, replacing interim head coach Jim Grobe.[6] Rhule finished the 2017 season at Baylor with a disappointing 1–11 record, which meant Baylor would not qualify for a bowl for the first time since 2009.

NFL players coached

Throughout his time as a head coach, Rhule has coached a number of players that would go on to play in the National Football League.

Temple Draft Year Player Name Position Round Pick Team 2015 Kenneth Harper RB N/A N/A Undrafted (signed with New York Giants) 2016 Tavon Young CB 4th round 104th overall Baltimore Ravens 2016 Matt Ioannidis DE 5th round 152nd overall Washington Redskins 2016 Tyler Matakevich LB 7th round 246th overall Pittsburgh Steelers 2016 Robby Anderson WR N/A N/A Undrafted (signed with New York Jets) 2016 Kyle Friend C N/A N/A Undrafted (signed with New York Jets) 2016 Shahbaz Ahmed OG N/A N/A Undrafted (signed with Atlanta Falcons) 2016 Brandon Shippen WR N/A N/A Undrafted (signed with Miami Dolphins) 2017 Haason Reddick LB 1st 13th overall Arizona Cardinals 2017 Dion Dawkins G 2nd 63rd overall Buffalo Bills 2017 Nate Hairston CB 5th 158th overall Indianapolis Colts Head coaching record Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs Temple Owls (American Athletic Conference) (2013–2016) 2013 Temple 2–10 1–7 T–9th 2014 Temple 6–6 4–4 6th 2015 Temple 10–4 7–1 1st (East) L Boca Raton 2016 Temple 10–3 7–1 1st (East) Military* Temple: 28–23 19–13 * Departed Temple for Baylor before bowl game Baylor Bears (Big 12 Conference) (2017–present) 2017 Baylor 1–11 1–8 9th 2018 Baylor 1–0 0–0 Baylor: 2–11 1–8 Total: 30–34       National championship         Conference title         Conference division title or championship game berth
  • #Rankings from final Coaches Poll.
  • °Rankings from final AP Poll.
References
  1. ^ a b c "Temple University Athletics - 2015 Football Coaching Staff". 
  2. ^ Associated Press (December 17, 2012). "Less than a month after losing Addazio to BC, Temple hires Rhule away from champion Giants". The Washington Post. Retrieved December 17, 2012. 
  3. ^ "Archives - Philly.com". 
  4. ^ "Report: Matt Rhule no longer a candidate for Missouri job". 1 December 2015. 
  5. ^ "UH will host Temple on Saturday for AAC championship game". 29 November 2015. 
  6. ^ "Baylor Hires Matt Rhule as Head Football Coach". Baylor Athletics. Retrieved 6 December 2016. 
External links
  • Temple profile
  • v
  • t
  • e
Temple Owls head football coaches
  • Charles M. Williams (1894–1998)
  • John T. Rogers (1899–1900)
  • Harry Shindle Wingert (1901–1905)
  • No varsity team (1906)
  • Horace Butterworth (1907)
  • Frank W. White (1908)
  • William J. Schatz (1909–1913)
  • William Nicolai (1914–1916)
  • Elwood Geiges (1917)
  • No varsity team due to World War I (1918–1921)
  • M. Francois D'Eliscu (1922–1923)
  • Albert Barron (1924)
  • Heinie Miller (1925–1932)
  • Pop Warner (1933–1938)
  • Fred H. Swan (1939)
  • Ray Morrison (1940–1948)
  • Albert Kawal (1949–1954)
  • Josh Cody (1955)
  • Peter P. Stevens (1956–1959)
  • George Makris (1960–1969)
  • Wayne Hardin (1970–1982)
  • Bruce Arians (1983–1988)
  • Jerry Berndt (1989–1992)
  • Ron Dickerson (1993–1997)
  • Bobby Wallace (1998–2005)
  • Al Golden (2006–2010)
  • Steve Addazio (2011–2012)
  • Matt Rhule (2013–2016)
  • Ed Foley # (2016)
  • Geoff Collins (2017– )

# denotes interim head coach

  • v
  • t
  • e
Baylor Bears head football coaches
  • R. H. Hamilton (1899–1900)
  • W. R. Ritchie (1901)
  • J. C. Ewing (1902)
  • R. N. Watts (1903)
  • Sol Metzger (1904)
  • Archie Webb (1905)
  • No team (1906)
  • Luther Burleson (1907)
  • Enoch J. Mills (1908–1909)
  • Ralph Glaze (1910–1912)
  • Norman C. Paine (1913)
  • Charles Mosley (1914–1919)
  • Frank Bridges (1920–1925)
  • Morley Jennings (1926–1940)
  • Frank Kimbrough (1941–1942)
  • No team (1943–1944)
  • Frank Kimbrough (1945–1946)
  • Bob Woodruff (1947–1949)
  • George Sauer (1950–1955)
  • Sam Boyd (1956–1958)
  • John Bridgers (1959–1968)
  • Bill Beall (1969–1971)
  • Grant Teaff (1972–1992)
  • Chuck Reedy (1993–1996)
  • Dave Roberts (1997–1998)
  • Kevin Steele (1999–2002)
  • Guy Morriss (2003–2007)
  • Art Briles (2008–2015)
  • Jim Grobe (2016)
  • Matt Rhule (2017– )
  • v
  • t
  • e
Current head football coaches of the Big 12 Conference
  • Matt Rhule (Baylor)
  • Matt Campbell (Iowa State)
  • David Beaty (Kansas)
  • Bill Snyder (Kansas State)
  • Lincoln Riley (Oklahoma)
  • Mike Gundy (Oklahoma State)
  • Gary Patterson (TCU)
  • Tom Herman (Texas)
  • Kliff Kingsbury (Texas Tech)
  • Dana Holgorsen (West Virginia)


Matt Rhule signed Baylor BU Bears mini helmet w/ Sic Em COA
Matt Rhule signed Baylor BU Bears mini helmet w/ Sic Em COA
This is a Riddell Baylor Bears SPEED mini helmet autographed by head coach, Matt Rhule. He signed this helmet boldly with a black Sharpie at the 2017 Big 12 Media Days in Frisco, TX. The item will be accompanied by a certificate of authenticity (COA) from us with matching serial number holograms (stating "Authentic Memorabilia") on both the COA and item itself - the affixed holograms have 1 of a kind/unique number on it guaranteed never to be replicated/repeated ever again and are tamper-proof to ensure you are getting the authentic product!

Click Here to view in augmented reality



MATT RHULE SIGNED BAYLOR BEARS HEAD COACH 8x10 PHOTO COA AC66840 - PSA/DNA Certified
MATT RHULE SIGNED BAYLOR BEARS HEAD COACH 8x10 PHOTO COA AC66840 - PSA/DNA Certified
MATT RHULE SIGNED BAYLOR BEARS HEAD COACH 8x10 PHOTO PSA COA AC66840 memorabilia. Baylor Bears memorabilia

Click Here to view in augmented reality



MATT RHULE SIGNED BAYLOR BEARS HEAD COACH 8x10 PHOTO COA AC66839 - PSA/DNA Certified
MATT RHULE SIGNED BAYLOR BEARS HEAD COACH 8x10 PHOTO COA AC66839 - PSA/DNA Certified
MATT RHULE SIGNED BAYLOR BEARS HEAD COACH 8x10 PHOTO PSA COA AC66839 memorabilia. Baylor Bears memorabilia

Click Here to view in augmented reality


Twitter
 
Facebook
 
LinkedIn
 
 

 
 

WhmSoft Moblog
Copyright (C) 2006-2019 WhmSoft
All Rights Reserved