1. Rutgers Football: Tar Heels Survive Rutgers Rally, 24-22

    The Tar Heels started fast, a Bryn Renner 66-yard touchdown to Dwight Jones, and never relinquished the lead in a 24-22 home win over Rutgers on Saturday afternoon...

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  2. Rutgers Football: Knights Travel to North Carolina to Take on the Tar Heels

    On September 10th, Rutgers will resume its series with the University of North Carolina. The Knights make their first trip to Kenan Stadium since 2006 when the Rutgers held off the Tar Heels for a 20-16 win...

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  3. 2011 College Football Week 1: Top 7 Upsets of the Week

    The college football season started with a bang this weekend. We were introduced to some emerging stars like Robert Griffin III and watched how teams moved on after losing big stars like Cam Newton of Auburn and Terrelle Pryor of Ohio State...

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  4. Marshall vs. West Virginia: News, Analysis and Observations

    One of the great local rivalries resumes today as West Virginia takes on intrastate opponent Marshall at 3:30 EDT. The Thundering Herd have never beaten West Virginia, trailing the all-time series 10-0...

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  5. New York Jets: Can Shonn Greene Handle the Rushing Load for the Jets in 2011?

    When the Jets drafted Shonn Greene out of Iowa, they thought they had their back of the future. They didn't rush him into the fold as he only carried the ball 108 times in his rookie season...

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  6. Rutgers Football: Head Coach Greg Schiano Previews the 2011 Season

    At Big East media day, I briefly caught up with Rutgers head football coach Greg Schiano and got some of his thoughts about the upcoming season: On the High Expectations of the Fans "I love it [the high expectations]...

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  7. 10 Questions Partially Answered from New York Jets vs. Cincinnati Bengals

    Jets fans come into 2011 confident, but with a lot of questions surrounding their team. Can Burress play? Will Mark Sanchez take the next step? Will the defense generate a pass-rush? ...

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  8. Big East Football: Some Talented Players Share Thoughts on Life in the Big East

    At media day, I caught up with some of the Big East's brightest young football players. USF's Quentin Washington and Jeremiah Warren, Pitt's Mike Shanahan (pictured) and Jarred Holley, ...

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  9. New York Jets Free Agency: Off to the Races When Lockout Lifts?

    This offseason has been truly an off season for the NFL . The only real news for NFL news-seekers was lockout related. I myself was absolutely sick of the coverage. To paraphrase Billy Joe Armstrong of Green Day, wake me up, when the lockout ends...

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  10. NFL Free Agency Speculation: Braylon Edwards Finding New Team?

    The Jets have a lot of offseason issues, not the least of which is what to do at the wide receiver position...

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  11. New York Jets: What Releasing Woody, Gholston, Jenkins, and Taylor Means to Jets

    Being a good football team means making tough decisions, and that is exactly the type of decision that the Jets made today. The team has decided to release Damien Woody, Kris Jenkins, and Jason Taylor today, and may release Vernon Gholston...

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  12. New York Knicks Trade for 2 Superstars: Carmelo Anthony and Chauncey Billups

    There are of course two reactions to Carmelo Anthony from pundits and Knicks ' fans: some people love it, others hate it...

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  13. Rutgers Football: 2011 Schedule Preview for the Scarlet Knights

    According to Nationalchamps.net, the Scarlet Knights will play the following non-conference schedule in 2011: They will host North Carolina Central, University of Ohio and Navy, and will travel to North Carolina and play Army at Yankee Stadium...

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  14. New York Jets' Curtis Martin: Where Does He Fit Into NFL and Team History?

    After another dismal season in 1996, going 1-15, the New York Jets hired Bill Parcells to coach the team. The legendary coach engineered an eight-game turnaround, and nearly made the playoffs with a 9-7 record...

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  15. National Signing Day 2011: Wild but Successful Day for Rutgers Football

    With signing day pending, the Knights were in play with some major recruits and had some battles on their hands with others...

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  16. Rutgers Football: How Are The Holes Being Filled With 2011 Recruits?

    The 2010 Rutgers Scarlet Knights suffered through a 4-8 football campaign. Lack of depth at certain positions was highlighted as the team struggled. The most glaring holes were the offensive and defensive lines...

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  17. Jets vs Steelers: 10 Reasons The New York Jets Can't Get To The Super Bowl

    For he second straight year, Rex Ryan's New York Jets watched as another team celebrated its berth in the Super Bowl...

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  18. Rutgers Football Forecast: 2011 Recruiting Class Shaping Up for Greg Schiano

    Coming off a 4-8 season, Schiano's promises of championships at Rutgers seemed like more of a pipe dream than ever...

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  19. 5 New York Jets Who Keyed Victory against New England Patriots

    Few gave the Jets a chance to win in Foxborough Sunday evening. After the humiliating 45-3 loss the last time these two teams met with the division on the line in December, defeating the Patriots seemed a pipe dream...

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  20. NFL Playoffs 2011: Can New York Jets Win In Foxboro Vs. New England Patriots?

    Both teams stood at 9-2 heading into what was one of the most hyped games in Monday Night Football history. The showdown in New England. The feeling was, the winner would go on to win the AFC east...

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  21. NFL Playoffs: Jets Defeat Colts, 5 Keys Revisited

    In what was an instant classic worthy of NFL Films, the Jets used a last-second field goal by maligned kicker Nick Folk (pictured) to win in Indianapolis 17-16...

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  22. Rutgers Football: Tom Savage Will Transfer, According To Greg Schiano

    Greg Schiano confirmed today that Rutgers quarterback Tom Savage will seek to transfer for the upcoming football season...

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  23. New York Jets: Five Keys To Victory In First Round Matchup With Colts

    Rex Ryan and his New York Jets entered the 2010 NFL seasons with lofty expectations. If they want to deliver on those Super Bowl aspirations, they will need to do it from the back of the field starting Saturday night...

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  24. Rich Rodriguez Fired: Michigan Football Reportedly Shows Rich Rod the Door

    At Michigan, it's all about beating Ohio State and going to Rose Bowls. Those are two things that haven't happened at Michigan in a long time...

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  25. Rutgers Football: Bevvy Of Coaching Changes In Big East, Schiano Shakes Up Staff

    Rutgers suffered through its first losing football season since 2004 when they played 4-8 football in 2010. As the season ended, questions surrounding RU's coaching staff arose around the program and its fan-base...

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