1. National Signing Day 2011: Sleeper Recruit Paul Canevari Signs with Rutgers

    With all the buzz over highly-ranked recruits such as Savon Huggins and Rutgers' new recruiting class that is the highest-ranked class in school history, one very important recruit flew under the radar...

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  2. Rutgers Football: Tom Savage Contradicts Himself in His Transfer Decision

    I'll admit that I was sad when I first read that Rutgers' quarterback Tom Savage plans to transfer. After all, he was once the star quarterback and the future of a great Rutgers football team...

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  3. Rutgers Football: Will the New Year Bring a New Offensive Coordinator?

    The Scarlet Knights were not really expected to contend for the Big East title this season, but anywhere from a 6-6 to a 9-3 record was expected...

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  4. Rutgers Football: Now Is The Time To Start Up The Rocket, De'Antwan Williams

    As a head coach, you know your running back situation is bad when you're leading rusher is a wide receiver. Wideout Mohamed Sanu leads the team in rushing yards with 285...

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  5. Rutgers Football: Offensive Line Gets Reshuffled, Team Has New Hope for Success

    Rutgers head coach Greg Schiano has decided to reshuffle his team's offensive line in an attempt to stop the self-declared "Epidemic" that has infected the Scarlet Knights offense...

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  6. Power Ranking the Big East Quarterbacks After Week 8

    Though Pittsburgh is 2-0 in Big East play and has started a surge to the top of the conference, it's possible that any team except for Connecticut and South Florida could win the conference...

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  7. Rutgers Football: Pre-Big East Conference Play Outlook for the Scarlet Knights

    After an embarrassing 17-14 homecoming loss to Tulane, many Rutgers fans were sent into a panic. Internet message boards quickly filled up with arguments against incumbent quarterback ...

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  8. Power Ranking the Big East Quarterbacks After Week 5

    The newest change to this week's version of the Big East quarterback power rankings has arrived. From now on, the rankings will be based on a quarterback's cumulative season performance instead of his most recent performance...

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  9. Rutgers Football 2010: Three Ways To Make the Wildcat Formation Effective Again

    Fun Fact: Wide Receiver Mohamed Sanu wasn't the first player to run the Wildcat formation for Rutgers. Jabu Lovelace was the first to do so. It started with Lovelace, who would take a direct snap and run...

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  10. College Football Power Rankings: The Big East Quarterbacks After Week Four

    The Big East had its worst week yet, going 2-4 against FBS opponents. Both wins were against non-AQ conference teams.The overall quarterback play was atrocious with the Big East QB's averaging 132 yards against FBS opponents...

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  11. College Football Power Rankings: The Big East Quarterbacks After Week Three

    The Big East had another down week, posting a 2-3 record with only one of those wins coming against an FBS team.West Virginia beat Maryland 31-17 of the ACC while Syracuse beat Maine of the FCS Colonial Conference...

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  12. Rutgers Football: Why I Still Believe in Quarterback Tom Savage

    When sophomore quarterback Tom Savage committed to Rutgers, he was the highest-rated quarterback recruit to ever do so. Savage quickly established himself as Rutgers' starting quarterback and made his first start in Week 2 of 2009...

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  13. Power Ranking Big East Football Quarterbacks After Their Week Two Performances

    After going 4-4 against out of conference teams in week one and only beating one FBS team, the Big East is slowly showing signs of improvement...

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  14. Power Ranking Each Big East Team's Quarterback After Week 1

    With no returning starting quarterback with more than 11 starts under his belt, and a proven running-back on each team (except South Florida) it was known Big East teams' offenses' would primarily be focused on the running game...

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  15. Rutgers Football: How The Scarlet Knights Can Beat Florida International

    Last game against Norfolk State the Rutgers football team rolled to a 31-0 win. In the first half however, the Scarlet Knights managed only six points. In the second half the Scarlet Knights picked their game up and scored 25 points...

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  16. Tom Savage Among Super Sophs Ready to Lead Rutgers Scarlet Knights in 2010

    When the Rutgers football team takes the field against Norfolk State, seven of the 21 starters will be sophomores. Seven more are backups that will contribute off the bench from game one...

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  17. Rutgers Football: Wide Receiver Situation Doesn't Look So Bad After All

    For once, things are starting to go right for Rutgers. The Scarlet Knights wide receiver corps was hampered by injuries early in preseason training camp and continued to be in mid to late August...

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  18. 2010 College Football Predictions: Big East Champions and Player Awards

    Although Pittsburgh seems to be the media's preseason favorite to win the Big East, the eight-team football conference is still wide open...

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  19. Rutgers Football: 2010 Team Looks Uncannily Similar To 2006

    During the 2006 season, the Rutgers football team went 11-2 and was one dropped touchdown pass away from going 11-1 and winning the Big East...

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  20. Rutgers Football: A True Freshman to Start at Wide Receiver?

    Rutgers' wide receiver corps is getting more depleted by the day. First, Tim Wright injured his knee and will miss the entire season...

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  21. Rutgers Football: Scarlet Knights Defense Will Reload Instead of Rebuild

    Consider this to be the next step in Rutgers football's ascent to becoming a big time college football program. Another part of Greg Schiano's vision when he became the head coach at Rutgers was achieved this preseason...

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  22. Big East Expansion: A Plan To Bring Back Big East Football

    Let's face it. No matter how hard the Big East can try, it won't be able to get by as a BCS conference and retain automatic qualification with only eight teams. Then again, it wouldn't be able to even with 10 or 11 teams...

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  23. NCAA Conference Realignment: Now It's The Big 12's Turn To Expand

    Colorado bolts for the Pac-10, Nebraska bolts for the Big 10. The Big 10 is the Big 12, the Big 12 is the Big 10. Utah is the newest member of the Pac-12. Maybe now they'll stop complaining about a playoff...

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  24. Rutgers Football: Could Mike Leach Be the Cure for What Ails the Offense?

    With Mike Leach's firing from his position as head coach of the Texas Tech Red Raiders, the question has arisen as to what he will do now...

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  25. Anthony Davis: To Declare or Not To Declare, That Is the Question

    It was a surprise to all of college football fans when Anthony Davis, the No. 1 overall offensive lineman recruit signed his national letter of intent to go to Rutgers University, passing on a full ride to THE Ohio State University...

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