Matt Rahl
Matt Rahl

Hometown:
Union, Mo.

Last College:
Missouri Southern, '03

Position:
Offensive Graduate Assistant

Experience:
2nd Year at Mizzou


In his second year as part of the University of Missouri football coaching staff is Union, Mo., native Matt Rahl. Rahl took over as the team's offensive graduate assistant coach prior to the 2007 season, after spending his previous four years on the coaching staff at Winona State University in Minnesota.

Among his many duties, Rahl assists the Tiger offensive coaching staff with scouting, game planning and game preparation duties, in addition to various practice and game-day responsibilities.

A 2003 graduate of Missouri Southern, Rahl played tight end for the Lions from 1999-2001 and eventually earned his undergraduate degree in physical education in 2003. He served as a student assistant coach during the 2002 season after his playing days were done. After graduation, Rahl joined the coaching staff at Winona State, where he served as a graduate assistant coach for tight ends for the 2003 and 2004 seasons, and then as the offensive line and special teams coordinator in 2005 and 2006. In his four years there, Winona State won three conference championships and reached the Division II playoffs three times.

Rahl earned his Master's degree in educational leadership from Winona State in 2005.

Rahl's wife, Carrie, is a native of Amsterdam, Mo., and is also a graduate of Missouri Southern.

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