Early Sunday morning, news broke that Rutgers and Greg Schiano had reached an agreement, making Schiano the next head coach of the Scarlet Knights football program. At the time, no details of his contract were available.

Now, Bruce Feldman of The Athletic has tweeted out some of the pending details for the deal.

According to Feldman, the deal to bring Schiano back to Piscataway is an 8-year, $32 million contract, with $25.2 million guaranteed for the returning head coach. Those details are very similar to what Schiano initially turned down when the sides walked away from the table earlier this week.

Feldman is also reporting that Rutgers has agreed to look into construction of a football-only facility on campus for the team.

ESPN’s Adam Rittenberg reported that the Rutgers University Board of Governors is also scheduling a special meeting for Tuesday, Dec. 3 to discuss the hiring of Schiano. The board is expected to approve the new contract.

Schiano, 53, was the head coach at Rutgers from 2001-11, building a strong, competitive program during that time. He was 68-67 in 11 seasons with the Scarlet Knights, and guided his teams to six bowl games during his time.

Schiano left Rutgers to become the head coach of the NFL’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers.Most recently, Schiano was the defensive coordinator at Ohio State under Urban Meyer from 2016-18.

Rutgers concluded its 2019 season on Saturday with a 27-6 loss to Penn State. The Scarlet Knights ended the year with a 2-10 record and were winless in B1G play for a second-straight season.