By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Sterling Gilbert has been hired as the McNeese State Cowboys Head Coach, according to FootballScoop. He replaces Lance Guidry, who did not have his contract renewed by his alma mater.
Guidry went 22-12 as the Cowboys head coach, including a 6-5 record in 2018. Besides two 6-5 seasons, he also had a 9-2 record in 2017.
Gilbert comes to Louisiana after serving the past two seasons as the South Florida Bulls Offensive Coordinator and Quarterbacks Coach.
He also worked under Charlie Strong — the present coach of the Bulls — in 2016. He served as the Texas Longhorns Offensive Coordinator and Quarterbacks Coach.
Before accepting the Longhorns job, he was the Tulsa Golden Hurricane Offensive Coordinator and Quarterbacks Coach in 2015. He also spent the 2014 season as the Bowling Green Falcons Offensive Coordinator and Quarterbacks Coach.
The 40-year-old San Angelo, Texas native spent the 2012 and 2013 seasons as the Eastern Illinois Panthers Offensive Coordinator and Quarterbacks Coach. He also was named the FCS Offensive Coordinator of the Year that season.
In 2011, he was the Temple Wildcats High School Offensive Coordinator and Quarterbacks Coach in Texas.
He also spent the 2008 through 2010 seasons as the Lake View High School Bobcats assistant coach in Texas. He was the Cooper High School Cougars Offensive Coordinator and Quarterbacks Coach in 2006 and 2007.
In 2005, he was a graduate assistant with the Houston Cougars. He spent the 2004 season as the Springtown High School Porcupines Quarterbacks Coach in Texas.
He began his coaching career as the Porcupines Running Backs Coach in 2003.
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