The Rutgers football team went 2-10 in 2016, including losing four games by a combined score of 244-0. Now the NCAA might whack the program.
The NCAA issued a notice of allegations against Rutgers University on Tuesday over its former football coach’s effort to get a player’s grade changed, among other things, The Star-Ledger reports. The association made seven allegations involving the university, including a “failure to monitor” the football program, according to a letter the president, Robert L. Barchi, penned to the campus on Tuesday.
Last year Rutgers suspended and later fired its football coach, Kyle Flood, after an investigation found he had contacted an adjunct professor in an attempt to secure a better grade for one of his players.