1. Rutgers Football: Let the Kyle Flood Era Begin

    As we are well aware, the hiring of former coach Greg Schiano by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers left a major void to fill for the Rutgers football program. Enter Kyle Flood...

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  2. Rutgers' Top 5 Players to Play in NFL

    In High Point Solutions Stadium, a quote reins “The Birth of College Football .” The issue is even, though Rutgers has been around just as long as anyone, their accolades, ...

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  3. NFL Playoffs: Ranking the Championship Weekend Goats

    Great games or close games? How do you decipher yesterday’s AFC and NFC Championship games? However you view them, they both have one thing in common—goats...

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  4. Hue Jackson's Firing Leaves Raiders Front Office to Fill Major Voids

    As many silver and black brethren know, new GM Reggie McKenzie is doing his best to replace fired head coach Hue Jackson. The problem, however, seems to be that McKenzie has absolutely zero idea as to who he will call upon to lead the team...

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  5. BCS Shakedown: How the Games Should've Been Scheduled

    Every year the national champion debate is the same: BCS vs. Playoff. This year was quite the same. Should it be ‘Bama or Oklahoma State? How do Virginia Tech and Michigan get ...

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  6. Oakland Raiders: What Four Men Were Missed Most

    For anyone who watched Sunday's loss to SD, you know how much of a roller coaster ride this season was for the men in silver and black...

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  7. Oakland Raiders: 5 Players the Raiders Need to Utilize Better to Be Successful

    The Oakland Raiders ' speed and athleticism is unmatched by nearly every other team. Any one person that touches the ball or is in coverage can run with anyone. However, injuries have decimated a team that looked promising early...

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  8. 2010-2011 NFL Fantasy Football Season Comes to a Close

    If you're a fantasy football owner, you're interest is focused in one of two places this week: A) Who to place in the key spots for some extra points or B) Fantasy football? That ...

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  9. Previewing the 2011 New Era Pinstripe Bowl: Rutgers & Iowa State Season Recaps

    Both Rutgers and Iowa State have seen great success and unfortunate fails throughout the course of this 2011-2012 football season. Rutgers was selected last in the Big East, only to finish a mere one game behind the conference champion...

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  10. Previewing the 2011 New Era Pinstripe Bowl: Iowa State

    The Iowa State season has been quite a streaky year to say the least. They started the season with a three-game win streak, including wins over rival Iowa and a Big East foe in Connecticut...

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  11. Previewing the 2011 New Era Pinstripe Bowl: Rutgers

    The 2010-2011 NCAA football season has been a roller coaster ride for any and all Rutgers Scarlet Knights fans. They’ve both won and lost in blowout and near fashion and have been an exciting team to watch as anyone...

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  12. Rutgers Football to Meet the Cyclones of Iowa State in 2011 Pinstripe Bowl

    This year, Yankee Stadium will play host to Rutgers and Iowa State for the second annual Pinstripe Bowl. The bowl places the fourth-placed Big East team against the seventh-placed team in the Big 12...

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  13. Schiano, Scarlet Knights Football Epic Collapse Against the Uconn Huskies

    To all of those people who regularly read my articles (it’s greatly appreciated) you know I tend to write game recaps following the contests...

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  14. Denver Broncos' Tim Tebow Unlike Anything We've Ever Seen

    Tim Tebow is arguably the most popular, scrutinized, indifferent quarterback the NFL has ever seen. He has many suitors, many doubters and a whole bunch of people in the middle who don’t know what he really is yet...

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  15. Rutgers Scarlet Knights Football: 5 Things to Look for This Week vs. Cincinnati

    In just 24 hours, the Rutgers Scarlet Knights football team will play their biggest game of the season. A win and they are tied atop the backed-up Big East. A loss and, well... kiss the Big East and BCS hopes goodbye...

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  16. Rutgers Football: Better Late Than Never in Scarlet Knights Win over Army

    A blocked punt with 6:36 remaining and Jawan Jamison's big run helped the Rutgers Scarlet Knights seal the game in a win over Army in Yankee Stadium Saturday afternoon...

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  17. Rutgers Football: 10 Things We Learned from the Victory over South Florida

    Rutgers finally replaced starting freshman QB Gary Nova with the more experienced Chas Dodd and the outcome was a positive one for a RU team in desperate need of a win...

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  18. Greg Schiano, Rutgers Scarlet Knights Recently Crippled by Inexperience

    How valuable is an experienced quarterback? ...Just ask the winless Indianapolis Colts. For the record, experience helps at all levels, ranging from the $2.5 million dollar pro to the starting halfback at Joe Schmo High...

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  19. Greg Schiano, Rutgers Scarlet Knights Buried by Steady Dose of Snow and Offense

    A steady dose of snowfall, a steady dose of efficient offense and 20 unanswered points allowed the Top-25 Mountaineers a victory over the Rutgers Scarlet Knights on Saturday afternoon at High Point Solutions Stadium...

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  20. Rutgers Scarlet Knights vs. West Virginia Mountaineers: What to Look for

    The days of Mike Teel, Ray Rice and Kenny Britt seem like light years ago. That was the last time the Scarlet Knights had a legitimate shot at beating the powerful Mountaineers. This year, the Mountaineers have been a team similar to the likes of Dr...

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  21. Charlie Strong and Co. End Schiano, Rutgers Winning Streak

    The Rutgers Scarlet Knights began and ended the game in the same fashion: A turnover. Gary Nova's three interceptions led to the eventual demise of the Scarlet Knights, ending their four game winning streak...

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  22. Schiano, Scarlet Knights Look to Bewilder Louisville, Big East

    Halfway through this college football season, many teams were expected to win. Alabama, LSU, Oklahoma, Stanford are all fitting the bill. That being said, you probably noticed the Scarlet Knights were not in that category...

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