Trevor Rubly
Trevor Rubly

Redondo Beach, Calif.

Last College:
Central Missouri, '04

Defensive Quality Control Graduate Assistant

2nd Year at Mizzou

Part of the Mizzou coaching staff for his second year is defensive quality control graduate assistant Trevor Rubly. Rubly, a 2004 Central Missouri graduate, joined the staff in February of 2008 as a defensive graduate assistant coach after spending the previous three seasons as secondary and wide receiver coach at Cisco Junior College.

In his quality control role, Rubly will be responsible for assisting with day-to-day operations of the defensive coaching staff, including video breakdown, scouting, computer and video informational input, as well as providing various assistance with recruiting operations, among other duties.

As a two-year safety at Central Missouri, Rubly was part of Mule teams that went 20-4 overall and won the Mineral Bowl in 2001, followed by the school's first-ever playoff appearance during his senior season of 2002. Both teams were inducted into the school's athletic hall of fame. Rubly spent his first two collegiate years at American River College in Carmichael, Calif., where he won all-metro honors. He was an all-conference performer at Bella Vista High School, and was set to attend the University of Texas on a football scholarship before injuries forced him to go an alternate route in college.

Rubly is married to the former Casey Schwandt, whose father, Doug, is an assistant chief of police for the University of Missouri. Casey is also a 2004 Central Missouri graduate, and is an elementary school teacher in Columbia.

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