Billy Riebock joined the Rice football staff in 2017 after spending the previous three season as the wide receivers coach at Elon.
While at Elon, Riebock coached wide receiver Kierre Brown to All-CAA Football honors in the Phoenix’s first season in the league (2015). Brown also represented Elon at the FCS Senior Scout Bowl.
Riebock served as an offensive grad assistant at Ball State for two years In that time, the Cardinals reached the 2012 Beef O’Brady’s Bowl as well as the 2013 GoDaddy Bowl.
From 2008-11, Riebock served as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at his alma mater, Quincy University. At Quincy, he helped to develop all-league quarterbacks in 2008, 2010 and 2011 as the squad broke numerous team and individual offensive records.
Riebock spent the 2007 season as an offensive quality control coach at Indiana University after beginning his coaching career as the wide receivers coach at the University of St. Francis in 2006.
Riebock was an academic all-conference selection as a quarterback during his senior season at Quincy. He earned his bachelor’s degree in criminal justice in 2006 and received a master’s degree from Quincy in 2011.
Riebock was married in 2012 to his wife, Emina and they have two children, Emilia and James.