Report: Billy Napier Agrees To Become UL Football Coach
The next head football coach for the Louisiana Ragin' Cajun football team is apparently set.
Footballscoop.com is reporting that Arizona St. offensive coordinator Billy Napier has agreed to become UL's next football coach.
Devil's Digest is also reporting that Napier has accepted the offer.
The 38-year old Napier was named the offensive coordinator in January of 2017. Prior to that, he was the receivers coach at Alabama from 2013-2016.
For more on Napier, view an earlier article.
A little bit on Naper is below:
Napier At A Glance
Alma Mater: Furman, 2002
Hometown: Chatsworth, Georgia
2017-Present, Arizona State (Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks)
2013-2017, Alabama (Wide Receivers)
2012, Colorado State (Assistant HC/Quarterbacks)
2011, Alabama (Offensive Analyst)
2009-2010, Clemson (Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks)
2006-2008, Clemson (Tight Ends/Recruiting Coordinator)
2005, South Carolina State (Quarterbacks)
2004, Clemson (Defensive Grad. Assistant)
2003, Clemson (Graduate Assistant)
1999-2002, Furman University
Bowl Games – Coach
2017 Sun Bowl (pending)
2016 BCS National Championship
2015 BCS National Championship
2014 Sugar Bowl
2013 Sugar Bowl
2011 BCS National Championship
2010 Meineke Car Care Bowl
2009 Music City Bowl
2008 Gator Bowl
2007 Chick-fil-A Bowl
2006 Music City Bowl
2003 Peach Bowl