You get the feeling that Rutgers' Greg Schiano is going to regret the day he turned down an oppoturninty to coach Michigan. His team lost Saturday to Navy, 23-21, and fifth-year senior Mike Teel has six interceptions and one touchdown pass in leading the Scarlet Knights to their first 0-3 start in nine seasons.
The lid finally came off Saturday. Teel was intercepted on Rutgers' final drive, then the quarterback took a swing at reserve safety Glen Lee while leaving the field.
Everybody was playing happy-face afterward (see video), calling this "in-house family stuff." Schiano announced that he won't suspend Teel, but one has to wonder if the coach has already lost the team — or maybe his coaching staff.
Running back Mason Robinson, who entered Saturday's game tied for the team rushing lead, didn't play against the Midshipmen. Schiano was asked about it afterward and said: "For him not to get any touches, that wasn't the plan. ... I would have to investigate further."