Clemson rival losing coordinator

Clemson rival losing coordinator


Clemson rival losing coordinator


Clemson’s in-state rival is losing a coordinator.

South Carolina offensive coordinator Marcus Satterfield is reportedly leaving the program to join Matt Rhule at Nebraska as its new offensive coordinator.

Satterfield spent a lot of his coaching career with Rhule before taking the job at South Carolina. He has had the Gamecocks’ offense rolling the last few weeks. Losing Satterfield leaves a big vacancy for the Gamecocks to fill on their offensive coaching staff.

Before coming to Columbia in 2021, Satterfield spent the prior three years working under Rhule, first as the director of recruiting at Baylor in 2018, then as the Bears’ tight ends coach in 2019 before spending the 2020 season as the assistant offensive line coach for the Carolina Panthers.

From 2013-15, Satterfield was the offensive coordinator at Temple under Rhule.

–Photo courtesy USA Today Sports Images 

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