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  1. Rutgers adjusts to yet another DC

    Andrea Adelson

    Rutgers has made more headlines for its offensive coordinator changes over the last several seasons. But there have been plenty of adjustments on the defensive side of the ball as well. Perhaps folks did not notice so much because that group has b...

    Blog | April 01, 2013
  2. Rutgers loses DC Smith to Bucs

    Andrea Adelson

    Rutgers defensive coordinator Robb Smith has left to become linebackers coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, forcing coach Kyle Flood to now replace both of his coordinators. Flood already was in the market for a new offensive coordinator after Dave...

    Blog | February 07, 2013
  3. Big East coaches into NFL pipeline

    Andrea Adelson

    Two years in a row now, the Big East has produced an NFL head coach. No other conference can say that. First Greg Schiano left Rutgers for Tampa Bay in January 2012. Then Doug Marrone left Syracuse for Buffalo in January 2013. In fact, up...

    Blog | January 16, 2013
  4. Want a head coach? Look to Miami

    Andrea Adelson

    The Miami football teams of the early 2000s churned out NFL prospects left and right, producing 20 first-round picks between 2001-04. Do you know what else Miami produced in the early part of that decade? Head coaches. The Miami coaching staffs of...

    Blog | January 14, 2013
  5. Big East mailblog

    Andrea Adelson

    Let's make the first mailbag of 2013 a good one! Zain in Tampa writes: You are so totally right-what could have been for the Big East? It's a shame that the Big East may well not exist in a few years. But I hope this provides some validation for t...

    Blog | January 04, 2013
  6. No musical QBs at Rutgers just yet

    Andrea Adelson

    Former Rutgers coach Greg Schiano became widely known for playing musical quarterbacks throughout his tenure with the Scarlet Knights. But when Kyle Flood took over in January, he vowed to do things differently. He proved that last week in a loss ...

    Blog | November 01, 2012
  7. What we learned in the Big East: Week 9

    Andrea Adelson

    What did we learn in the Big East in Week 9? 1. Then there was one. Louisville is now the only unbeaten team left in the Big East after No. 15 Rutgers lost to Kent State 35-23 on Homecoming. Although the Cardinals needed overtime to pull out their...

    Blog | October 28, 2012
  8. USF-Rutgers pregame notes

    Andrea Adelson

    TAMPA, Fla. -- It probably has not been lost on many that Rutgers plays its first Big East game of the season in the stadium where its former coach just won his first NFL game. Greg Schiano may not be the head coach at Rutgers anymore, but his pre...

    Blog | September 13, 2012
  9. Big East preseason top 25 countdown: No. 1

    Andrea Adelson

    Drum roll, please! We have come to the end of the Big East preseason top 25 countdown, where I have tried my best to predict who will end up as the top league players at the end of the season. Without further adieu, here is my choice for No. 1. ...

    Blog | August 31, 2012
  10. Big East mailblog

    Andrea Adelson

    Mail time! Mikeen in Denver writes: Everyone keeps picking Pitt as the sleeper to win the BE, but Pitt has a new coach just like Rutgers. Why is Pitt, who has a new coach installing an entirely new offense for the second year in a row, not hurt as...

    Blog | August 22, 2012
  11. Sign language: Rutgers Scarlet Knights

    Andrea Adelson

    Anybody who follows Rutgers knows this has become the hallmark phrase associated with the program. So let us go back to its humble beginnings. Back to 2005, when former coach Greg Schiano used the phrase "just keep chopping wood" after the Scarlet...

    Blog | July 31, 2012
  12. Most veteran Big East coach: Doug Marrone

    Andrea Adelson

    The Big East has traditionally been a league that loses some of its best and brightest coaches to bigger opportunities. But never before has the league has looked this green. When Greg Schiano departed Rutgers for the Tampa Bay Bucs, the title ...

    Blog | July 12, 2012
  13. Todd Graham did Pitt no favors

    Andrea Adelson

    It is well documented that coaches leave the Big East -- in less than graceful ways. But I contend that nobody left their program more in the lurch than Todd Graham at Pitt. What he did was cold and callous, resigning after he was not given per...

    Blog | May 23, 2012
  14. Coaches you love to hate

    Andrea Adelson

    Time for a little game. Think of the most vilified college football coaches today. Your list probably looks something like this: Bobby Petrino. Rich Rodriguez. Todd Graham. Randy Edsall. You know what they all have in common. They all wer...

    Blog | May 22, 2012
  15. Rutgers offensive line: work in progress

    Andrea Adelson

    PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Any time former Rutgers coach Greg Schiano was asked about his embattled offensive line, he always had a stock answer prepared. Rutgers did not decline overnight, he would say. And Rutgers would not emerge from the decline over...

    Blog | May 07, 2012
  16. Schiano makes grand gesture to LeGrand

    Andrea Adelson

    Whatever bond the two might have had changed right then and there on the Meadowlands turf on a cool October day in 2010. Eric LeGrand lay there motionless. Greg Schiano stood above him, praying. Schiano has spoken at length about how that day c...

    Blog | May 02, 2012