Rutgers has hired Noah Joseph to be its co-defensive coordinator and safeties coach, the program announced Thursday. Joseph most recently served as safeties coach and defensive recruiting coordinator at Indiana from 2014-17.
“I’d like to welcome Noah and his family to our football program,” Scarlet Knights head coach Chris Ash said in a press release. “His extensive experience coaching defensive backs in the Big Ten will be a tremendous asset for our players. He is a great teacher and outstanding recruiter.”
— Rutgers Football (@RFootball) February 22, 2018
Rutgers’ defense ranked toward the bottom of the Big Ten in 2017. The Scarlet Knights allowed an average of 28.3 points per game and 398.6 yards per game in 2017, which were both the fourth-worst average in the conference.
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