The Terry Joseph-to-Nebraska move has been pretty much a done deal for the better part of a week, but Nebraska made the announcement on Wednesday.
“Terry Joseph is a tremendous addition to our staff,” coach Bo Pelini said. “I have worked with him in the past and he is about as perfect of a fit as you can have. He is a good football coach, a great person and will bring a lot to our staff.”
Joseph comes to Nebraska after spending the past two seasons with Tennessee. Joseph followed Vols coach Derek Dooley to Knoxville from Louisiana Tech. He replaces Corey Raymond, who heard the calling of his alma mater at LSU.
“Coming to a place like Nebraska was a great opportunity for me,” Joseph said. “And then to throw in the chance to work with Bo again, it was the perfect fit. I am excited to get to work with our players and other coaches as we start spring ball and get prepared for the season.”
Last month, Tennessee announced Derrick Ansley would be the Vols’ new co-defensive backs coach with Joseph.