Rutgers' Greg Schiano On 'A Different Michigan Team,' Wolverine RBs, More

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Rutgers' Greg Schiano On 'A Different Michigan Team,' Wolverine RBs, More
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Rutgers head football coach Greg Schiano pushed for the Scarlet Knights to join the Big Ten during his first stint in Piscataway (2001-11), and it finally came into fruition in 2014, after he had left to become the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' head man. When he accepted the job ahead of the 2020 campaign, his program hadn't won a Big Ten game since 2017, but that changed in the opener against Michigan State. The Scarlet Knights won three conference games last season, much improved from the prior eras, and have gotten off to a 3-0 start in the non-conference in 2021, with wins over Temple, Syracuse and Delaware.