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PISCATAWAY, N.J. (AP) — Chris Ash is heading into his fourth season as the football coach at Rutgers and again facing an uphill battle.
There is no other way to describe it, coming off a one-win season and a winless record in nine Big Ten Conference games.
Through three seasons, the numbers are against the Scarlet Knights and Ash. Seven overall wins. Two winless seasons in the league sandwiched around a surprising 3-6 mark in 2017. That’s a 3-24 mark in the Big Ten.
“I think anybody that is in our program wants to see significant improvement,” Ash said before the start of training camp. “What that is, there’s not a number. I know a lot of people want to put a number on it. To me, it’s about improving, having your football team go out and having a chance to win as many games as possible. That’s improvement. Is it 12 games, 10 games, eight games, six games? I don’t know.”
What Ash does believe is he has more depth on defense than at any time in his tenure, and that his special teams are good with punter Adam Korsak and placekicker Justin Davidovicz back.
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