Purdue’s Brohm Finalizes Coaching Staff

Purdue’s Brohm Finalizes Coaching Staff

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – Purdue head football coach Jeff Brohm has announced new titles for two members of his staff. Kevin Wolthausen will serve as special teams coordinator/assistant defensive line Coach, and Ryan Wallace will have the title of tight ends coach/assistant special teams.

Wolthausen was an assistant to both the special teams and the defensive line last season for the Boilermakers. He has over 30 years of coaching experience at the collegiate and professional levels, including previous stints as the special teams coordinator at Connecticut and Florida International.

Wallace will transition from his previous quality control position to an assistant coach. A former collegiate tight end himself, Wallace served on Brohm’s staff at Western Kentucky and coached tight ends at Austin Peay before arriving at Purdue in 2017.

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