UCLA coach Chip Kelly is reportedly rounding out his defensive staff with another strong hire, targeting former Iowa State coach Paul Rhoads as the Bruins' defensive backs coach, according to Sports Illustrated's Bruce Feldman. The 50-year old Iowa native was an assistant at Iowa State (1995-99), Pittsburgh (2000-07) and Auburn (2008) before replacing Gene Chizik as the Cyclones head coach in 2009. Rhoads led Iowa State to three bowl games in his first four seasons and famously led the team's upset of No. 2 Oklahoma State in 2011, but his seven-year run ended with a 32-55 record. He joined Bret Bielema's Arkansas staff in 2016 and was the team's defensive coordinator this past season. Rhoads joins a defensive staff at UCLA that is anchored by a pair of Kelly's former colleagues, with Jerry Azzinaro as defensive coordinator and Don Pellum as linebackers coach.