It turns out that Chris Ash’s words were prophetic.

The other day, he and Rutgers athletic director Pat Hobbs said that they hoped to set up a game at Yankee Stadium in the future. Three days later, that’s reportedly going to happen.

According to CSN Mid-Atlantic, Rutgers will take on Maryland at Yankee Stadium on Nov. 4, 2017. It will be a home game for Rutgers. reported that ex-Rutgers AD Julie Hermann, who was fired at the end of the football season, agree to the deal two years ago. According to the report, Hobbs hasn’t signed off on the new contract yet, but because the location change was already agreed upon by Rutgers and the Yankees, the move will take place.

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The deal would also reportedly have “potential for pretty good financial gain” for Rutgers. It wouldn’t, however, mean that Maryland would move a home game to a baseball venue.

Ash and Hobbs were at Yankee Stadium the other day to throw out the first pitch, and talked about the benefit of moving a regular season game to the venue. Rutgers has already played three games there, but it’ll be there first B1G tilt.

Rutgers was supposed to play against Army at Yankee Stadium in 2015, but that game was switched to Michie Stadium.

In an poll in 2014, fans voted 69 percent against the idea of playing at Yankee Stadium, citing the lack of quality viewing options, the substandard playing surface and the downside of losing a true home game.

The schools have yet to confirm the original report.