Ed Foley

Special Teams Coordinator, Nebraska

About this speaker

With more than three decades of coaching experience, Ed Foley brings a diverse and robust resume to his first season as Nebraska’s special teams coordinator. Foley has served on Matt Rhule’s staff for nine of Rhule’s 11 seasons as a head coach, including each of the last five seasons. Foley boasts a wealth of experience, including stints as a collegiate head coach and an NFL assistant. He is an accomplished special teams coach and possesses strong recruiting ties to the Northeast with specific success recruiting New Jersey, which has produced some of the greatest players in Nebraska history. In Foley’s 11 seasons at Temple, more than 20 Owls who played high school football in New Jersey went on to NFL careers. A Cherry Hill, New Jersey, native, Foley is in his 11th consecutive season as a special teams coach in 2023, including three seasons in the National Football League. In his seven seasons as a collegiate special teams coach, Foley’s special teams units consistently rank among the best in the nation. His special teams ranked in the top 25 nationally four times in his last five seasons at the collegiate level. Baylor was rated as the 13th-best special teams in the country by Pro Football Focus in 2019, while the service rated Temple’s special teams as the No. 3 unit nationally in 2018 and No. 5 in 2016. Foley also guided Temple to a No. 23 special teams ranking by Football Outsiders in 2015. He has also worked in the NFL at the Carolina Panthers and Several successful Universities.


Nebraska Cornhusker Special Teams

March 11, 2023, 02:00 PM
Ed Foley