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This year's coaching cycle saw few high-profile jobs open, while Mike Leach and Lane Kiffin move to the state of Mississippi.
- Schiano brings back Susan to Rutgers staff
- Veteran assistant Fraser rejoins Scarlet Knights
- Greg Schiano hires Robb Smith as Rutgers DC
- Rutgers names Andrew Aurich offensive line coach
Greg Schiano has added another former Rutgers assistant coach to his Scarlet Knights staff.
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Kevin Negandhi kicks off the podcast with ESPN.com senior college football writer Andrea Adelson, rundowning all of the big offseason coaching moves. They get into Ed Reed's hiring as chief of staff at Miami, the surprising hires of Lane Kiffin at Ole Miss and Mike Leach at Mississippi (11:57), Greg Schiano's return to Rutgers, Mike Norvell attempting to turn around Florida State (20:29), Nick Rolovich providing continuity at Washington State, Baylor picking a defense-oriented coach in Dave Arranda, and why Eli Drinkwitz going to Missouri is Andrea's most intriguing hire of the offseason. Later, Kevin and Andrea remember their friend ESPN college football reporter Ed Aschoff (31:51) with memories, the Ed Aschoff Memorial Fund at the University of Florida and his love for Godzilla.
Veteran coach Bob Fraser is returning to Rutgers for a fourth stint on the staff after coach Greg Schiano named Fraser his linebackers coach on Wednesday.
Robb Smith has been hired as Rutgers' defensive coordinator.
Rutgers has hired Andrew Aurich as its offensive line coach.
After leading an explosive offense at Oklahoma State, Sean Gleeson will return home to New Jersey to be Greg Schiano's offensive coordinator at rebuilding Rutgers.
Chris Ash, who coached alongside Texas coach Tom Herman at Ohio State and Iowa State during his career, has been hired as the Longhorns' defensive coordinator.
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Five minutes after being introduced as the Rutgers football coach for a second time, Greg Schiano gave a clear indication why he might be the man to make the Scarlet Knights competitive in the Big Ten Conference.
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Rutgers welcomed back Greg Schiano, saying he is "the right coach at the right time" for the football program.
The redshirt sophomore withdrew his name from the transfer portal shortly after it was announced that Greg Schiano would be Rutgers' next coach.
Adam Rittenberg ESPN Senior Writer
Statement from Rutgers athletics director Pat Hobbs: "The next great chapter for Rutgers football is about to begin. There are many people to thank for where we are today, particularly Coach Schiano and his team, as well as everyone here at Rutgers. They all played important roles in bringing these complex negotiations to a close. It wouldn't be appropriate to prejudge any action that the Board of Governors may take, but I believe today that Rutgers Football is on the path to greatness."
Greg Schiano and Rutgers have reached an agreement in principle that will bring the former Scarlet Knights coach back to lead the program, a source confirmed to ESPN.
This Just In
Greg Schiano has agreed in principal to become the next coach at Rutgers, according to multiple reports. News was first reported by Yahoo Sports. The 53-year-old Schiano, a New Jersey native, coached Rutgers from 2001-11 and led the Scarlet Knights to postseason bowl berths in six of his final seven seasons. His 68 wins as head coach is third-most in program history.
Journey Brown ran for 103 yards with three touchdowns and No. 12 Penn State pulled away from Rutgers 27-6 on Saturday.
The U gets a week in the Coveted Fifth Spot after getting upset by FIU.
There is optimism at Rutgers that Greg Schiano could join the school as its head football coach after all, according to multiple reports.