Rutgers poster proclaims, "Here We Come" in reference to the team's move to the Big Ten. It's a terrific upgrade for the athletic program, but are the Scarlet Knights ready? The team has been on a slide since Greg Schiano left. Kyle Flood took over and won nine of his first 10 games, but he has gone only 6-10 since. Flood made one smart move in the offseason. He brought in former Maryland coach Ralph Friedgen as offensive coordinator.
Wake Forest celebrates the hiring of Dave Clawson, formerly of Bowling Green, as its new coach. I really like this poster because of its uniqueness. In the nine years of doing this feature, I haven't see a poster quite like this. Below is the standard team poster featuring home and away games.
Big news on Iowa State's campus. It involves the return of The Man — The Mangino to be exact. Mark Mangino, who took basketball-crazy Kansas to heights unthought of in football, was named the Cyclones' offensive coordinator in the offseason. Better yet, he's going to have a veteran line to work with. Iowa State's combined 75 starts across the front are second only to Oklahoma's 94 in the Big 12. Mangino won't solve all of the Cyclones' troubles, but look for marked improvement from Iowa State.
Thanks to our man Phil Burnett for sending the Division I-AA Morehead State poster. Burnett is the defensive coordinator and linebackers coach for the Eagles. You can follow him on Twitter at @Coach_Burnett.