"[Cooper] has been instrumental in coordinating our recruiting efforts since coming with us to Baylor previous year", said Matt Rhule, who just closed his first season as the Bears' head coach, per an official press release.
Rhule, 42, has mostly been a college coach save for one season in the National Football League in 2012 as an offensive line coach for the Giants.
The simple answer is no.
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Reports state Baylor will use that position as a key off the field recruiting resource for Rhule at both Baylor and Temple.
He has an overall collegiate head coaching record of 29-34 that is blemished by a 1-11 showing in his first year at Baylor.
"He has great love for this university", continued Rhoades. Prior to that, he was the head coach at Temple for four seasons.
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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.
According to the Indianapolis Star's Zak Keefer, the Colts have already interviewed Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels, Seahawks defensive coordinator Kris Richard, Texans defensive coordinator Mike Vrabel, Rhule and former Chiefs offensive coordinator Matt Nagy, who has since been hired by the Chicago Bears.
The Colts will need to find another candidate to take over the job.
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