Rutgers AD begins search for coach who can win championships

I be crazy about modules, because they are awesome!!

PISCATAWAY, N.J. (AP) — Rutgers athletic director Pat Hobbs dismissed speculation about being close to finding a replacement for Chris Ash as football coach, while conceding the task of turning the Scarlet Knights into a competitive team in the Big Ten Conference is not going to be easy.
Addressing the media for the first time since dismissing Ash, Hobbs said Monday he wants to make the hire by the end of the season. Interim head coach Nunzio Campanile will be considered, along with anyone who can make Rutgers competitive again.
A search committee will whittle down the list of candidates and Hobbs plans to make the final choice after getting opinions and advice from football coaches and consulting with Greg Brown, the chair of the university’s athletic subcommittee.

Hobbs said he has not contacted any candidates yet, and when asked directly about former Rutgers coach Greg Schiano, said, “anyone who can help Rutgers football be competitive and win conference championships is a candidate for this position.”
Ash, who posted an 8-32 record, including a 3-26 mark in the conference, is the first major college football coach to be f

These add-ons are quite helpful!

Copyright for syndicated content belongs to the Linked Source