1. Rutgers' Joe Martinek: Don't Tell Him What He Can't Do!

    "Don’t tell me what I can’t do!” For you LOST fans out there, the phrase should bring you back to the early years when the underdog-turned hero-turned smoke monster John Locke would say it whenever he was doubted...

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  2. Ten College Football Coaches Ready to Make the Jump to the NFL

    Only two current college football coaches have held their post for over 20 years: Joe Paterno (Penn State—44 years) and Frank Beamer (Virginia Tech—23 years). They sure don’t make them like they used to...

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  3. College Football's Human Highlight Reels in 2010 (with video)

    With the 2010 NFL Draft now in the history books, the College Football world officially bids farewell to some of its human highlight reel players of the past several years. Peace out Tim Tebow, and goodbye Dexter McCluster...

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  4. New York Yankees Take Home Opener Despite David Robertson's Implosion

    It was a cool, partly cloudy afternoon in the Bronx on Tuesday: the perfect weather for Opening Day at the new Yankee Stadium...

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  5. Rutgers Spring Practice: Can Tim Wright, Mark Harrison Grab the No. 2 WR Spot?

    It’s never easy to replace reliable, productive wide receivers in college football—especially when they average over 20 yards per catch and a touchdown every six receptions—but ...

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  6. The G Series Mobile Locker Room's Next Stop: Your School?

    Whether it’s screaming a series of chants, blasting a song, huddling up, or doing a funny dance, every team and athlete has a ritual to get ready for the competition ahead...

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  7. Big Ten Expansion: Why Rutgers Needs Some Luck of the Irish

    I’m not in the business of counting chickens before they hatch, so the recent whirlwind of talk surrounding “Rutgers to the Big 10” I’ve taken with a grain of salt...

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  8. 2010 NFL Combine: Rutgers' Anthony Davis Has More To Prove

    Whether you’re the calamari type or the chicken finger type, you know that before indulging in a nice dinner out, an appetizer is a perfect way to start your taste bud engines...

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  9. R-E-S-P-E-C-T: Find Out What It Means To Big East Football in 2010

    Ever since…well…ever, the Big East conference has been largely classified as second tier in FBS college football, and ranked near the bottom, if not at the bottom, of the six BCS conferences...

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  10. No Apologies: Why The New York Jets Will Be Better in 2010

    As much as it pained every Jets fan to see them 30 minutes away from the Super Bowl and ultimately lose the game, there's really nothing to feel bad about...

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  11. Senior Bowl: Devin McCourty of Rutgers Pushing for First-Round NFL Draft Status

    Never before had Rutgers produced a first-round pick in the NFL draft until Kenny Britt was chosen by the Tennessee Titans with the 30th overall pick last year...

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  12. Could Rutgers' Mohamed Sanu Win the Heisman Trophy?

    It’s hard to believe that when Mohamed Sanu committed to Rutgers back in February 2008, he didn’t generate anywhere near the amount of buzz a top recruit typically would...

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  13. Rutgers Looks To End 14-Year Drought Against West Virginia

    Nineteen-Ninety Four. It was the year when Nancy Kerrigan’s legs were taken out by one of Tonya Harding’s thugs. Bill Clinton was President of the United States. Kurt Cobain died. O.J. Simpson was “in the news...

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  14. REPLAY: 16 Years Later, Rival High Schools Get Chance to Settle Score

      A second chance. In life, they’re not always hard to come by. For example, if you hosted Thanksgiving for the first time and burned the turkey, will your hungry/angry guests want to come ...

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  15. Super Cereal Big East Bowl Projections: Rutgers to Meineke, Syracuse to Fiber One

    After another exciting weekend of Big East football, it's becoming more apparent where the conference’s top teams will be playing this holiday bowl season. For most teams, bowl eligibility has been secured...

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  16. Rutgers Football's Stock Looking Bullish Heading into South Florida Matchup

    Yesterday, Nov. 11, 2009, the Dow Jones Industrial Average market index closed at 10,291.26—the highest close in over 13 months...

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  17. Rutgers Football: Scarlet Knights Are Not Who You Thought They Were

    It was shaping up to be a storybook ending for Connecticut and a familiar one for Rutgers. The UConn Huskies were returning to play their first home game since the devastating loss of their teammate and brother, Jasper Howard...

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  18. Scarlet Over Black As Rutgers Beats Army: Do The Wins Stop Here?

    Earlier this evening, Rutgers recorded their fifth win of 2009 by defeating FBS cellar-dweller Army , 27-10. Hope you DVR’ed that sucker, because it might be the last chance to see a Rutgers victory this season...

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  19. Friday Night Lights: Tom Savage Looks To Lead Rutgers Out of Dark vs. Pitt

    The warnings printed on side view mirrors say, “objects in mirror are closer than they appear,” and the same can be said for FBS college football teams in New Jersey in that they “may be weaker than their record shows...

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  20. Week Five Big East Power Rankings: If Teams Were TV Shows

    Have you ever heard about a TV show thought to yourself, “sounds like the dumbest show ever,” and would never consider watching it? We know there are the shows you always watch ...

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  21. Cinderellas or Big East Champs: Rutgers Still Figuring Out Which Shoe Fits Best

    Three long years ago this fall, the Rutgers football program was awoken from its decade-long coma was and introduced to “big time college football...

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  22. Rutgers Beats Howard: The Good and The Bad

    With all due respect to the Howard Bison, Rutgers’ 45-7 victory on Saturday did not really tell us much in terms of football...

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  23. Rutgers Football: You See 47-15? I See 7-6.

    Okay, first of all, no. I am not trying to manipulate statistics or conjure up a string of “what-ifs” or alternate scenarios that would have resulted in a final score of 7-6...

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  24. Cincinnati-Rutgers: It's R Time

    I remember the feeling like it was yesterday. A win would have essentially secured both a Big East Title and a BCS Bowl berth: two achievements never before experienced by the Rutgers University Football program...

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  25. Rutgers : NYC :: Syracuse : NJ?

    News broke today that Syracuse signed a couple of deals to play USC and Notre Dame at the Meadowlands in 2012, 2014, and 2016. The Meadowlands, as you know, are located in New Jersey...

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