Greg Schiano has officially interviewed to be the next head coach at Rutgers and, given his track record at the school, there's little reason to pass on him.
Rutgers has one of the nation's worst football programs and Schiano built a winner there in the 2000s before jumping to the NFL with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Schiano went 68-67 in 11 seasons with the Scarlet Knights, that includes five seasons with eight or more wins. Rutgers had seven total wins during the first three seasons of Chris Ash's tenure. Ash was fired in September.
From 2016 through 2018, Schiano was an assistant head coach and defensive coordinator at Ohio State and in 2017 was named the new head coach at Tennessee before that deal fell apart.