Former Rutgers offensive coordinator John McNulty has reportedly found a new home.
Bruce Feldman of The Athletic reported on Saturday that McNulty is joining Brian Kelly’s staff at Notre Dame. He’s expected to become the tight ends coach with the Fighting Irish.
McNulty served as the offensive coordinator at Rutgers in 2018 and part of 2019. He was fired along with head coach Chris Ash midway through this past season. He joined Penn State’s staff as an analyst after his termination.
SOURCE: Former Rutgers OC John McNulty, an analyst at #PennState, is expected to become the new tight ends coach at #NotreDame. He has coached in the NFL for the Cowboys, Cardinals, Chargers, Jags & Bucs.
— Bruce Feldman (@BruceFeldmanCFB) February 8, 2020
McNulty had two stops at Rutgers, with his first coming on Greg Schiano’s staff from 2004-08. He will also bring NFL experience to Notre Dame, having worked with the Arizona Cardinals, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Tennessee Titans and the Los Angeles Chargers.
Notre Dame finished the 2019 season 11-2.