According to a report from ESPN’s Pete Thamel, Marcus Satterfield will be leaving his post as the Gamecocks offensive coordinator to join new Cornhuskers coach Matt Rhule at Nebraska. It had previously been reported through multiple outlets that Satterfield would be a candidate to run Rhule’s offense in Lincoln, Neb., as the pair had previously worked together at stops in Temple, Baylor and the Carolina Panthers.
Satterfield had been the subject of criticism as South Carolina’s offense sputtered in losses to Missouri and Florida, but USC’s passing offense took flight over the last two weeks, scoring a combined 94 points in wins over Tennessee and Clemson. Quarterback Spencer Rattler threw for 798 yards and eight touchdowns in those victories.
ESPN’s Chris Low confirmed Thamel’s report with Satterfield:
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Sat thanks for coming to USC especially the last two weeks.