December 2nd, 2019 | by CollegeAD

One of the sticking points over Greg Schiano’s contract demands during the negotiations over his return to Rutgers University as head football coach was a commitment to build a new multi-million-dollar football complex as part of his deal. It’s a dream Schiano will now be tasked to help realize, by raising the money to help pay for it. In that agreement, the Rutgers said at least half of the cost of the expected $150 million project would have to be raised from private sources before Rutgers commits to building it. And Schiano will be expected to bring in a large chunk of that money, along with Rutgers Athletic Director Pat Hobbs, according to the language of the proposed terms that led to the agreement. -Ted Sherman, nj. Read More.

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