Rutgers Football: Greg Schiano


Rutgers Football: Greg Schiano

Greg Schiano, who led Rutgers to new heights from 2001-11, is in his first season back as the head football coach “On the Banks.” The Wyckoff, New Jersey, native directed the Scarlet Knights to six bowl appearances, coached 83 RU players who signed NFL contracts and guided the program to the top APR score in the nation during his previous 11 seasons in Piscataway. He was named the 2006 National Coach of the Year.

Coaching Experience

2020-Present: Rutgers
2016-18: Ohio State (Associate Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator/Safeties)
2012-13: Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Head Coach)
2001-11: Rutgers (Head Coach)
1999-00: Miami (Defensive Coordinator)
1998: Chicago Bears (Secondary)
1996-97: Chicago Bears (Defensive Assistant)
1991-95: Penn State (Secondary)
1990: Penn State (Graduate Assistant)
1989: Rutgers (Graduate Assistant)
1988: Ramapo HS (Assistant)

Coaching Awards

Home Depot, Walter Camp, Big East & Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year

Bowl Games

Graphic of all bowl games Greg Schiano has been to

Greg Schiano at practice

Greg Schiano on the sideline


Full Name: Gregory Edward Schiano
Birthdate: June 1, 1966
Hometown: Wyckoff, N.J.
Alma Mater: Bucknell, 1988 (B.S. in business administration)
Wife: Christy
Children: Joey, John, Matt, Katie