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Cottle talks to Rutgers

Former University of Maryland coach Dave Cottle has interviewed for the vacant head coaching job at Rutgers, and is the leading candidate, according to a source. Cottle interviewed with Rutgers officials Wednesday, and asked school officials to upgrade in three areas before he would take the job, according to the source. School officials plan to get back to Cottle soon once they find out if they can meet his requests.

Former Navy coach Richie Meade was also interested in the job, but withdrew his name because he isn't sure if he wants to return to coaching right now after being dismissed from the academy after the season ended.


Posted by Mike Preston at 10:15 AM | | Comments (2)


Further to the career path of Cottle. This gentleman deserves a D1 coaching job.
I'm not entirely sure that Rutgers will suit his expectations but I can tell you RU will benefit if Cottle takes this job.

Wrong again.
Brecht got the job.
Ed: Without sitting in on the search committee's meetings, you can't dispute whether Dave Cottle was a leading candidate or not. We can say that Brian Brecht did get the job.

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