Rutgers has found its offensive coordinator ― and he’s familiar with the Scarlet Knights.
Coach Chris Ash will bring back John McNulty, who previously served as offensive coordinator under former coach Greg Schiano, the school announced Tuesday. Ryan Dunleavy of NJ.com reported the news on Thursday.
— Rutgers Football (@RFootball) January 16, 2018
McNulty has spent the last nine seasons after leaving the Scarlet Knights in the NFL. He’s had jobs with the Arizona Cardinals, Tennessee Titans, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Los Angeles Chargers.
McNulty, 49, has a few ties to the Big Ten. He played football at Penn State in the late 1980s and had his first coaching job as an assistant at Michigan.
Rutgers’ offensive coordinator job opened when Jerry Kill announced his retirement because of health reasons following the 2017 season.