Bill Lewis


Position: Offensive Lines

FBU Offensive Line Coach Bill Lewis was a phenomenal offensive lineman for the University of Nebraska. In 1985, he anchored the Husker offensive line paving the way for the team to average 375 yards per game and was an All-American. Later he was inducted into the Nebraska Hall of Fame. Upon graduation, Lewis was drafted by LA Rams in the 7th round and also spent time in the NFL with the Cardinals and Patriots. After the NFL, Lewis played in the CFL with the Memphis Madogs. He now is the teaching O-line techniques to the next generation of stars at FBU.

Coaching Career

  • College: Nebraska
  • Drafted: 1986 / Round: 7 / Pick: 191 (Los Angeles Raiders)
  • Los Angeles Raiders (1986-89)
  • Phoenix Cardinals (1990-92)
  • New England Patriots (1993)

Career Highlights

  • 1 of 3 players in Nebraska history to be unanimously named as Captain
  • 1985 First-Team All American
  • 1985 First-Team All-Big 8