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RE: B1G coaches talk about each other anonymously
(08-03-2017 04:41 PM)chrisRU Wrote:  
(08-02-2017 12:51 PM)megadrone Wrote:  Sadly accurate. I thought we (Rutgers) had built something pretty solid under Schiano, but frugality and lack of commitment by the school really blew that up.

It just shows how how 2-3 years of mismanagement can set you back by over a decade.
If Temple can recover from 2 years under Steve Addazio, who is presently digging a even deeper hole at Boston College, than Rutgers can certainly turn it around. The question is does Chris Ash have the persona to persuade in state talent to commit to Rutgers? Schiano could sell ice to Eskimos. Personally, I thought Rutgers should have hired another NJ guy like Al Golden.
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