Rhule, Wilks Out As Colts Head Coach Options

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Matt Rhule intends to remain head coach at Baylor, rebuffing "serious interest" from the Indianapolis Colts, who interviewed the first-year Bears coach last week.

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. After interviewing with the colts, Rhule has chose to stay at Baylor.

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The Colts have kept their interview list close to the chest, but there have been reports the team looked at Matt Nagy, who recently took the Bears head coaching position.

On Thursday, Baylor athletic director Mack Rhoades appeared for his weekly segment with ESPN Central Texas, confirming that Rhule isn't going anywhere anytime soon.

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

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. Per Rhule, he effected the majority of the success Baylor has had in that area during the 2017 season. 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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