Rebels will have new coordinators on both sides of the ball in 2012.
Brent Myers, who boasts three decades of collegiate experience, was elevated to offensive coordinator this season, in addition to continuing to oversee the team's tight ends.
Before joining UNLV, Myers spent three seasons as offensive line coach and running game coordinator at the University of Louisville. During his tenure with the Cardinals, he mentored a pair of first team All-Big East performers in center Eric Wood and guard/tackle George Bussey.
Prior to joining Louisville, he spent three seasons in the same position at Arizona State University of the Pac-10 Conference.
A veteran of eight bowl games, Myers also served one season as the assistant head coach and offensive line coach at the University of Utah in 2003. He joined the Utes after spending three seasons as the offensive line coach at the University of Washington (2000-02). He was also the offensive coordinator and offensive line coach at Boise State (1998-99). Myers' other stops included Northern Arizona (1992-97), Eastern Washington (1982-83, 1985-91) and Southern Illinois (1984).
A Seattle native, Myers was a Division II honorable mention All-America player at EWU in 1981 and earned his degree from the school in 1982. Myers and his wife, Susan, have a daughter, Morgan.
MYERS' COACHING EXPERIENCE 2012-SA UNLV - offensive coord./tight ends 2010-11 UNLV - tight ends 2007-09 Louisville - offensive line/run game coord. 2004-06 Arizona State - offensive line/run game coord. 2003 Utah - assistant head coach/offensive line 2000-02 Washington - offensive line 1998-99 Boise State - offensive coord./off. line 1992-97 Northern Arizona - offensive coord./off. line 1985-91 Eastern Washington - off. line/def. line/LBs 1984 Southern Illinois - offensive line 1982-83 Eastern Washington - offensive line