Veteran college basketball coach Doc Sadler found a new position back in the Big 12.
According to Jon Rothstein of CBS Sports, the former Nebraska head coach will join Porter Moser's Oklahoma staff as a special advisor.
In his first of three head-coaching jobs, Sadler led UTEP to a WAC championship in 2004-05. However, that was the only time he reached the NCAA tournament.
He went 101-89 over six seasons in Nebraska before getting hired by Southern Mississippi in 2014. The Golden Eagles went 62-94 in five seasons despite improving to 20-13 in Sadler's final year.
Sadler returned to Nebraska as an assistant in 2019.
The 62-year-old adds experience to a Sooners squad that went 19-16 in Moser's first season at the helm. Earlier this month, assistant coach Matt Brady stepped down from a position he accepted in June for personal reasons
Oklahoma, which has started the season 2-1, faces Nebraska next Thursday.