Rutgers has hired former University of Minnesota head coach Jerry Kill to serve as the team's offensive coordinator, the team announced on Monday.
Kill was the head coach at Minnesota from 2011-2015. However health issues led to Kill missing several games throughout his five seasons there, and eventually led to his retirement in the middle of the 2015 season.
Following his departure from Minnesota, the 55-year old former head coach moved on to Kansas State University, where he is currently acting as an associate athletic director in charge of the football program.
Throughout his 22 seasons as a head coach at five different schools, Kill earned a 152-99 overall record.