Rutgers landed Skai Moore in large part because Pernetti was able to do the impossible and get Rutgers out from the sinking ship that was (and is) the Big East, and into a power player in college football.
The NFL without kickoffs? It will soon be under consideration. “Eventually you would almost have a flag football league,” said Domenik Hixon of the Giants.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, who has dealt with his fair share of controversy since taking over for Paul Tagliabue, told TIME Magazine that he might consider eliminating kickoffs.
The NFL is not a place for the patient, yet the two most successful coaches in this year’s regular season have benefited from owners who take a long-term view.
Rutgers, which could have clinched its first-ever BCS Bowl berth last week if they had showed up in Pittsburgh, blew their chance for redemption despite having everything set up perfectly for a momentous “Knight.”
The feel around this game should be like 2006, when the Scarlet Knights upset the Cardinals, then the No. 3 team in the nation. Now, on Thursday night, Rutgers needs that same special moment created by the best atmosphere in program history.
The ex-coach’s custom-built 8,500-square-foot house — constructed with a Rutgers loan on land in Piscataway formerly owned by the university — has been on the market for more than seven months without a bite.
Silverman thinks Rutgers moving to the Big Ten is another step in the wrong direction for college sports.
A move to the Big Ten?! Canonize Tim Pernetti right now. He is in every way, every bit the patron saint that Rutgers has needed.
Already off to their best start since the magical 2006 season — the year when Rutgers finished 11-2 and won the first bowl game in program history — the Scarlet Knights need this hot start to become credible again.
Bill Belichick chased after and made contact with a replacement official after the Patriots’ Sunday night loss.
For the first time since 1869 – OK, OK, for the first time in the past six years, Rutgers might finally be reaching their potential among the best teams in college football.
Seemingly everybody has an opinion on the Buccaneers’ controversial kneel-down play against the Giants that took place in the final second of last week’s game. And legendary former Giants and Jets head coach Bill Parcells is no exception.
Jerry Jones has added his two cents to the great kneel-rush debate. But to the Cowboys owner, it’s not about the rush — it’s about the kneel.
“Myself and Hakeem — and all the receivers — we just want to continue to do positive things, continue to catch the football and continue to make these plays,” Cruz said. “We just want to maintain a high level of play and see where it takes us.”