Matt Rhule elects to remain at Baylor


According to ESPN's Adam Rittenberg, Baylor head coach Matt Rhule interviewed for the same position for the Indianapolis Colts.

Rhule has previous coaching experience in the National Football League as the New York Giants' offensive line coach back in 2012.

The simple answer is no.

Rhule did not respond to a Tribune-Herald request for comment, and Baylor athletic director Mack Rhoades declined to comment, citing Baylor personnel policy.

Rhule, 42, just finished up his first season as head coach for the scandal-filled Bears football program - tallying a 1-11 overall record.

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Rhule was interviewed yesterday by the Colts brass to see if he would be a good fit for the head job in Indy.

Rapoport also reported Thursday Carolina defensive coordinator Steve Wilks, who was scheduled to meet with Ballard this week, has "no plans" to follow through with that interview because the team appears "more focused on offensive candidates".

Rhule was an assistant coach at Temple from 2006-2011 before landing back there as head coach in 2013.

Another former Colts coach from the Chuck Pagano regime has found a new landing spot as Jemal Singleton joined Jon Gruden's staff with the Oakland Raiders as running backs coach.