Bill
Busch
Safeties

Career


  • Announced as the Tigers' safeties coach on Feb. 8, 2018 by Coach Orgeron
  • Came to LSU after spending the 2017 season as the co-defensive coordinator at Rutgers
  • Served on staffs at Ohio State, Wisconsin, and Utah from 2009-2015
  • Worked with LSU associate head coach/defensive coordinator Dave Aranda during tenure at Wisconsin
  • Spent two different periods coaching at the University of Nebraska from 1990-93 and 2004-07
  • Began coaching career at Nebraska-Kearney as a graduate assistant in 1989

Personal


  • Born and raised in Pender, Nebraska
  • Played wide receiver at Nebraska Wesleyan from 1985-87
  • Earned master's degree from Nebraska-Kearney
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Experience


2018-
LSU
Safeties
2017
Rutgers
Co-Defensive Coord./DB's
2016
Rutgers
Defensive Backs
2015
Ohio State
Defensive Quality Control
2013-14
Wisconsin
Safeties
2011-12
Utah State
Safeties/Special Teams Coord.
2009-10
Utah State
Defensive Coordinator
2005-07
Nebraska
Safeties/Special Teams Coordinator
2004
Nebraska
OLB/Special Teams Coordinator
2003
Utah
Secondary
2001-02
Utah
Safeties
1997-2000
New Mexico State
Secondary
1996
Northern Arizona
Co-Def. Coordinator/Secondary
1995
Northern Arizona
Secondary
1994
Wisconsin
Graduate Assistant
1990-93
Nebraska
Graduate Assistant
1989
Nebraska-Kearney
Graduate Assistant/Defensive Ends

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