LINCOLN, Neb. - No surprises. New Nebraska football coach Mike Riley announced the hiring of four more assistant coaches on Wednesday. All four names had been reported by various news agencies over the last two weeks.
From the release:
The new additions bring coaching experience from the Power Five conferences as well as the National Football League. The full-time assistant coaches officially announced on Wednesday include running backs coach Reggie Davis, defensive line coach Hank Hughes, offensive coordinator Danny Langsdorf and secondary coach Charlton Warren.
“We are thrilled with the staff we have assembled at the University of Nebraska,” Riley said. “This is a successful group of outstanding teachers, coaches and recruiters, and I know they will represent our school and program very well.”
Riley can still hire one more spot on his assistant coaching staff, believed to be a wide receiver coach.
A press conference announcing the staff and allowing media to meet the new assistant coaches will happen on Thursday afternoon.
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