1. Rutgers, Penn State Scandals Show that Boosters Can be Finicky With Their Wallet

    Rutgers is moving to the Big Ten in a year, but right now, the university is mired in the Julie Hermann situation. It is a scandal that, as Tom Canavan of the Associated Press points out, could well cost the Scarlet Knights some money...

    Michael Felder Written by Michael Felder about 10 months ago 7,826 reads 3 comments

  2. Pitt Gives AD Pederson 5-Year Contract Extension, Through 2018

    Athletic director Steve Pederson, who helped Pitt move from the turbulence of the Big East to the solidarity of the ACC, has received a five-year contract extension that will keep him ...

    Noah Jampol Written by Noah Jampol about 10 months ago 16 reads 0 comments

  3. Louisville First School to Reach Final Four, BCS Bowl Game, College World Series

    There's never been a better time to be a Louisville fan. With the Cardinals' upset of No. 2 Vanderbilt on Sunday afternoon, the school can now boast a feat that has never been accomplished during the BCS era...

    Nick  Yokoyama Written by Nick Yokoyama about 10 months ago 655 reads 0 comments

  4. Orange Offer 2015 Hybrid Defensive End Malachi Felder Following Camp

    Malachi Felder almost didn't make it to Syracuse's summer football camp Saturday at SUNY Maritime in the Bronx. But when he changed his mind and left for New York at 5 a.m. with a few of his teammates at Eastern Christian Academy in Elkton, Md...

    Kevin Driscoll Written by Kevin Driscoll about 10 months ago 30 reads 0 comments

  5. Rutgers University's Julie Hermann Controversy Not Going Away

    Rutgers University has yet another scandal , this time concerning newly hired AD Julie Hermann. Hermann was brought in to replace former AD Tim Pernetti, who was forced out in the Mike Rice scandal...

    Jeff Kalafa Written by Jeff Kalafa about 10 months ago 1,818 reads 11 comments

  6. Kyle Flood, Football Shine Amid Rutgers' Athletics Scandals

    Nestled in a leather chair in his office, Kyle Flood donned sweatpants and a red pullover, a life-sized replica of a knight positioned by his side...

    Kevin Driscoll Written by Kevin Driscoll about 10 months ago 287 reads 0 comments

  7. Only a Few of Syracuse's Four-Star Recruits Have Had Success

    Linebacker Zaire Franklin, a verbal commit to Syracuse last weekend, could end up a four-star recruit for the Orange by the time he shows up at SU, putting him in rare recruiting air...

    Kevin Driscoll Written by Kevin Driscoll about 10 months ago 21 reads 0 comments

  8. Rutgers Football Records Highest Team GPA in School History

    Just Two Days After Cracking the Top 10 Percent Nationally of the Academic Progress Rate (APR) for the Sixth Straight Year, the Football Team's Grade Point Average for the Spring Semester Checked in at 2...

    Nick  Yokoyama Written by Nick Yokoyama about 10 months ago 23 reads 0 comments

  9. Does No Campaign Help Bridgewater?

    Teddy Bridgewater has not had a conventional college career. The Louisville quarterback has been a hit through two years, winning Big East Freshman of the Year honors and conference Offensive Player of the Year honors the past two seasons...

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  10. Weak and Strong: Louisville

    Our series looking at the best and worst of each Big East's team' personnel units continues today with Louisville, widely expected to be the class of the conference this fall...

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  11. Watson Addresses Media at Cardinal Caravan

    Louisville offensive coordinator Shawn Watson addressed a group of reporters at the Annual Cardinal Club Caravan at Captain's Quarters. Watson begins his second season as the leader of the offense and has plenty of returning weapons at his disposal...

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  12. Breaking Down the QB Transfer Trend

    When we last left off, I predicted some sort of major college football news would inevitably occur as soon as I went on vacation...

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  13. 1st Full Class of Tuberville Era Beginning to Take Shape

    In the first three months after becoming the Head Coach at the University of Cincinnati, Tommy Tuberville and his staff were able to put together arguably one of the best classes in UC history...

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  14. Predicting AAC's '14 Season

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  15. Rutgers FB in Top 10% for Academic Progress

    The Rutgers football team is new to reaching championships standards on the field – having captured a share of its first Big East title last season – but there is much more history behind its continuing run of academic achievement...

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  16. Potential 4-Star LB Franklin Shows Tremendous Maturity

    I'm rooting for Zaire Franklin. Not because Syracuse has a verbal from an extremely rare commodity: a potential 4-star linebacker. Not because he could be the anchor to a great defense one day...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Martin Kenmore about 10 months ago 12 reads 0 comments

  17. RB Smith Gets Extra Year of Eligibility as Medical Redshirt

    Syracuse, N.Y. -- Scott Shafer had a feeling Jerome Smith's redshirt year was in his back pocket. He called it a "no-brainer" that Smith, the Syracuse running back who topped 1,000 ...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Martin Kenmore about 10 months ago 7 reads 0 comments

  18. Pugh Throws 1st Pitch at Yankee Stadium

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  19. Cuse Wil Target Tough Nonconference Opponents to Up Strength of Schedule

    Syracuse's ACC schedule is set through 2024, but there are few announced nonconference games for future seasons.....

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  20. The Email That Helped SU Land Drew Allen

    Syracuse, N.Y. -- The email found its way to Tim Lester's inbox at roughly 7 p.m. one evening in March. He happened to be working late that night in the Syracuse football office when ...

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  21. Rutgers Junior WR Brandon Coleman Named Preseason All-American

    PISCATAWAY, N.J. (June 6, 2013) – Rutgers junior wider eceiver Brandon Coleman (Accokeek, Md.) was named a Preseason All-American (Third Team) in the annual Sporting News college football preview magazine...

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  22. Ex-Syracuse Staffer Sentenced for Secret Videos

    SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) — The Syracuse University athletic department's former media director has been sentenced to five years of probation for secretly videotaping male athletes in locker rooms...

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  23. Durell Eskridge Recovering Well from Surgery, Will Be Ready for Season Opener

    Syracuse, N.Y. -- Sophomore safety Durell Eskridge will be healthy in time for the season opener against Penn State, according to Syracuse head coach Scott Shafer. "He's fine," Shafer told The Post-Standard on Wednesday...

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  24. Rutgers' Incoming Athletic Director to Speak

    ISCATAWAY, N.J. (AP) — Rutgers University's incoming athletic director will speak with reporters during a campus visit Wednesday...

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  25. Incoming Syracuse DE Trevon Trejo Preparing to Make Immediate Impact

    Trevon Trejo catches himself thinking about it a couple times each day now. He knows he only has a few more weeks before he packs his bags and crosses the country from California to ...

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