It looks like Rutgers is preparing to meet the demands of Greg Schiano, making a reunion with the former head coach likely.

According to a Friday report by Keith Sargeant, Steve Politi, and James Kratch with NJ Advance Media, a reunion between Schiano and Rutgers has not been finalized. However, the university is prepared to meet the demands Schiano made earlier this week in order for him to accept the head coach position.

The only thing that would derail the potential reunion is a last-minute snag or a change of heart by Schiano himself:

Rutgers and Schiano have not finalized a reunion, the three persons said, but it is believed only a last-minute snag or a change of heart by the coach himself could derail the anticipated hire. The university Board of Governors’ athletics committee, the group that would need to recommend Schiano’s hire to the full BOG, met Thursday.

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Those demands were not completely known. However, it is anticipated that Schiano is looking for significant investments in his annual salary, a large salary pool for his assistants, and facility improvements at the university.

Though a reunion may appear to be imminent, a finalized announcement is likely at least a couple of days away. According to the NJ Advance Media story, a special Board of Governors meeting would be required to finalize the hiring:

A special Board of Governors meeting would need to convene in the coming days to rubber stamp Schiano’s hire following a committee recommendation. Such a meeting would be open and would require a 48-hour public notice.

You can check out all the details from Friday’s report in the link shared by Keith Sargeant:

For what it’s worth, Steve Politi offered a prediction of a press conference by Rutgers to announce the hiring in exactly one week: