It seemed like it was only a matter of time before Greg Schiano and Rutgers reached a deal to bring the former Scarlet Knights head coach back to Piscataway. Now, it sounds like Rutgers will be looking elsewhere for its next leader.

Sunday, Brett McMurphy of Stadium reported that Schiano is no longer a candidate for the head coaching vacancy at Rutgers. The two sides seemed to be making headway, but they ultimately couldn’t agree on the terms of a contract, according to the report.

Weeks ago, reported that Schiano was making “significant demands” if we was to return to the sidelines in Piscataway. Some of those details were kept quiet, but one of the requests was reportedly an indoor practice facility.

According to McMurphy, Schiano was offered an 8-year deal worth $32 million to take over again. That was not enough, however.

Rutgers fired head coach Chris Ash after four games this season. During his three-and-a-half years in Piscataway, the Scarlet Knights were just 8-32 with a 3-26 mark in B1G play.

Currently, Rutgers sits a 2-9 on the season.

Schiano had incredible success while the head coach at Rutgers from 2001-2011, taking a floundering program and building into a regular postseason participant. But it’s not likely he’ll be making a second attempt at rebuilding in Piscataway.