Ralph Friedgen joins Rutgers

Updated: February 1, 2014, 9:06 PM ET
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Rutgers officially announced former Maryland coach Ralph Friedgen as its new offensive coordinator on Saturday.

Friedgen, 66, will replace former offensive coordinator Ron Prince, who took a position with the Detroit Lions.

Friedgen was 75-50 as Maryland's coach from 2001-10.

Friedgen also has been offensive coordinator with Georgia Tech (1987-91, 1997-2000), the San Diego Chargers (1994-95), Maryland (1982-86), Murray State (1981), William & Mary (1980) and ...

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