EAST LANSING, Mich. – Rutgers coach Chris Ash will be back next season, said athlete director Patrick Hobbs Saturday.
Scarlet Knights lost their season 14-10 to Michigan State on Saturday night and ended 1-11 in the year and 0-9 in Big Ten play.
“This has been a difficult and disappointing year for our football program. We must and will do better,” Hobbs said in a statement. “We have a big core of young talent and will recruit hard in the offseason. We have made significant investments and will continue to do the things needed to get the desired success for the Scarlet Knight faithful. I expect to continue under Chris leadership we will see significant improvements next season and ask for everyone’s continued support. “1
9659002] Ash, who is 7-29 after three seasons at the New Jersey school, said he will” see over all “and make some adjustments he thinks will move the program forward.
” When you go 1-11 everyone wants to talk about what the answer is. I will not discuss any of these things right now, “said the coach.” As I said, I will review and review everything we do and make the necessary adjustments, changes, everything I think will move the program forward. Nothing will hold us back from doing it. “
Rutgers won his opener against Texas State this season but lost his last 11 matches.