Entering his sixth year at Utah State and his 13th season with USU head coach Stew Morrill is Randy Rahe. Rahe joined the Aggie staff after spending the previous 10 years in the collegiate coaching ranks in the state of Colorado.
Rahe began his coaching career as a high school head coach at Bethune and Stratton High Schools in the state of Colorado. At Stratton, Rahe?s teams posted a 54-17 record and won the state consolation championship in 1988.
From there, the 43-year old joined the collegiate ranks as an assistant at Colorado College in 1989. He joined the staff at the University of Colorado in 1990 before moving to Denver in 1991. He joined the Colorado State staff in the summer of 1991 in Morrill?s first year.
Rahe earned bachelor?s degrees in elementary education and physical education from Buena Vista. (Colo.) College in 1982. He was born June 12, 1960 in Algona, Iowa and is married to the former Laura Schmidt. The couple has two sons, Luke (4) and Kade (1).