Just as spring football starts to kick off in Berkeley, Cal football will be in search of a new defensive line coach. As first reported by 247 sports, Cal defensive line coach Tony Tuioti looks to be headed back to the Big-10.
SOURCE: Cal’s Tony Tuioti is expected to become #Nebraska’s new defensive line coach. I believe 247 was first to report the hire.— Bruce Feldman (@BruceFeldmanCFB) February 25, 2019
Tuioti, who came to Cal from Michigan, is reportedly taking the same role with the Corn Huskers under head coach Scott Frost.
The Cal defense, as many here know, was stellar last year and the defensive line exceeded preseason expectations. Tevin Paul, Luq Bequette, and Chris Palmer all had big moments in 2018 and several younger players like Aaron Maldonado and Siu Fuimaono look primed to take that step in 2019.
Best of luck to coach Tuioti in his next step!