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J. Rex is Jameson is Robb

Alt textJameson Rexilius is not Jameson Rexilius’ real name. His real name is Robb Jameson Rexilius, but he’s never gone by Robb. He’s gone by just about everything else: Jamie, Rex, Rexy, J. Rex, and his Hudl application may or may not have said R.J.

Regardless of what you call him, Jameson is a pretty good guy. He’s a member of the elite group of Hudlies who coach on the side, making him an awesome source for all things football. What’s extra special is his height. Being one of the tallest people in the office makes it much easier for people with an important question to find you.

“I was born and raised in Lincoln, Neb. (Some people think it’s boring, I think its great.) I grew up with two older brothers and an older sister, and I have a younger adopted sister. My family has always been close and they’re very important to me. I’ve been married for almost three years to my wife, Ali, and we have an 18-month-old, Kyler, who takes up all of my energy after work (in a good way).

“I attended Lincoln Christian School from kindergarten through senior year of high school, and now help coach the football team there. I’ve always been active with sports - football, basketball and track. I went on to play football and run track at Northwestern, a small NAIA school in Iowa, before transferring to Nebraska Wesleyan. I earned my degree in health and physical education, and started working in Coach Support right after I graduated in May.”

What was your favorite toy growing up?
LEGOS

What are you most looking forward to this month? What about this year?
It’s a tossup between Vegas and March Madness, but for all of 2014 - another Husker football season.

If you could have one thing grow on trees, what would it be?
Nike apparel - preferably in my size.

Beach or mountains? If you had to change one thing about your preference, what would it be?
Probably the beach, but I would make sure there are mountains within a 10-mile radius, as well.

What’s your least favorite article of clothing?
A tie.
Note: He definitely applied to the right place.

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