Joe Susan returns to Rutgers football coaching staff
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PISCATAWAY, N.J. (AP) Greg Schiano has added another former Rutgers assistant coach to his Scarlet Knights staff.
Schiano announced Tuesday that Joe Susan will serve as special assistant to the head coach. The veteran mentor has more than 40 years of experience at the collegiate level, including nine recently as head coach at Bucknell and nine on Schiano's previous staff.
Susan most recently served as special assistant to the director of athletics at Bucknell. He had resigned as head football coach following the 2018 season.
Susan was on Schiano's original staff in 2001, serving two seasons as offensive line coach. He moved to tight ends in 2003 and added the title of recruiting coordinator in 2004.
Susan has worked at Davidson, Princeton, Memphis, Delaware and Gettysburg in a coaching career that started in 1977.
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Updated February 11, 2020