It looks like a reunion with Rutgers is still a real possibility for Greg Schiano with meetings reportedly set for this week.

An interesting report came out over the weekend, indicating that former Tennessee head coach Butch Jones interviewed for the position on Friday. He is currently serving as an analyst on Nick Saban’s Alabama staff, but most fans have watched the search in hopes of interest in Schiano.

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Schiano previously spent 11 seasons leading Rutgers from 2001-11. He finished with a 68-67 overall record and a 5-1 record in bowl games. From 2006-11, Schiano led the Scarlet Knights to a 49-28 record. Rutgers has won 36 games in eight seasons since.

On Sunday evening, NJ Advance Media is now reporting that a potential reunion does appear to be gaining momentum. According to the report, meetings between the two parties are expected this week:

A meeting between Rutgers officials and Greg Schiano is imminent, several high-level donors told NJ Advance Media on Sunday night, and there is a belief that barring a snag in the process, the Scarlet Knights’ coaching search is trending toward a return for the former head coach.

Schiano’s hire could potentially come by Wednesday’s sesquicentennial date marking the first-ever college football game between Rutgers and Princeton.

The report also indicated that the previous interview with Jones went well. However, Jones is most likely viewed as the fallback option should Rutgers fail to land Schiano.

It sure looks like it may be a busy week for the Scarlet Knights.