Comments for: Rossi leaving UMaine football for job as Rutgers special teams coach

Posted March 13, 2012, at 10:30 p.m.

The University of Maine’s football coaching pipeline continues to carry staff members to other positions elsewhere. Joe Rossi, who spent the last five seasons at UMaine, has become the fifth member of coach Jack Cosgrove’s coaching staff to accept another job this offseason. He has been named the special teams …

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  • Anonymous

    You mention Steve Boyle as having left, but there was no announcement and he is still listed on the Maine website as a coach. When did it stop becoming a rumor and become fact and where is he headed?

  • Anonymous

    Buy low & sell high.  UMO football has peaked, so these guys are never going to be in a better position to upgrade.  

  • Anonymous

    Cosgrove has built an impressive program considering what he has to work with.  To compete on a regular basis in the playoffs and last year to finish 8th in the last national ranking is great! 

    Unfortunately, for most…its a stepping stone to bigger schools that can offer bigger paychecks

  • Just an FYI    Rutgers is considered New Brunswick.   The football stadium is located in Piscataway.

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