If the coach was found to have violated rules regarding extra benefits, he could face a possible NCAA suspension or dismissal by the Scarlet Knights.
Rutgers is investigating whether football coach Kyle Flood violated school or NCAA rules by contacting a faculty member about the academic status of a player.
Rutgers coach Kyle Flood is taking longer than expected to choose his starting quarterback.
Experts aren’t expecting much from the Scarlet Knights even though they might have been one of the biggest surprises in the conference last season.
Rutgers University has dismissed a football player from the team who was arrested on a robbery charge last weekend in Florida.
The job is wide open with Chris Laviano, Hayden Rettig and Giovanni Rescigno in the running. Only Laviano has played in a college game.
The Scarlet Knights’ class Wednesday included a top-ranked recruit in defensive lineman Marques Ford of East Bay High School in Riverview, Florida.
Newcomer Rutgers is representing the Big Ten in the inaugural Quick Lane Bowl on Friday against one of the Atlantic Coast Conference’s anchor schools, North Carolina.
Not only will Rutgers be heading to a bowl game for the fourth year in a row and for the ninth time in 10 seasons, but they are getting a chance to play a school from one of the top five power conferences.
While Rutgers coach Kyle Flood doesn’t like to talk about the big picture, it’s hard to ignore at the halfway point of the Scarlet Knights’ first season in the Big Ten Conference.
Coach Kyle Flood announced on Sunday that James tore the ACL in his right knee when he took a Navy player’s helmet to his knee.
Athletic Director Julie Hermann announced the deal Thursday, two days before the Scarlet Knights (2-0) play their first Big Ten Conference game against Penn State (2-0).
Rutgers has defeated Penn State twice in 24 tries, once in 1918 and again 70 years later in 1988. The teams haven’t played since 1995, two years after Penn State joined the Big Ten.
Rutgers announced Tuesday that it has dismissed quarterback Philip Nelson from its football program after he was charged in connection with an assault that left another man critically injured in Minnesota.
A law firm’s investigation has determined that a former Rutgers University football coach did not bully a former football player and that there was no retaliation against the player.