Rutgers Scarlet Knights
“I 100 percent believe I will walk again in my lifetime,” LeGrand told Carton. “I’m here to help so many other people, and I believe that I’m going to get a bunch of other people walking just like I am, and be able to live their dreams.”
LeGrand was given a sword by the Scarlet Knights with the word “believe” inscribed on it.
Senior Chas Dodd, who started 15 games in his first two seasons before losing the starting job to Nova last year, took over at quarterback.
Rutgers announced the NCAA’s reversal Friday night after Okoro’s initial request was rejected by the governing body last month.
The retirement ceremony will take place at halftime, and Flood said it’s just a temporary retirement of the number.
The Scarlet Knights dominated Norfolk State 38-0 on Saturday in their home opener.
Pernetti is not forgotten at Rutgers, and on days like Saturday when a Saeed Blacknall verbals to the program, it is clear that his work continues to live on.
LeGrand and his No. 52 will be honored in a ceremony Sept. 14 when Rutgers plays at home against Eastern Michigan. It will be the first number retired in the history of the program.
Hermann, who previously served as the executive senior associate athletic director at the University of Louisville, acknowledges her sexual orientation at the bottom of her biography on the university’s official website.
Police say Indianapolis Colts safety Joe Lefeged has been arrested on gun-related charges after a traffic stop in Washington.
Those who followed the series religiously know that sports was a big part of Tony Sopranos’ life.
The embattled Hermann showed up for work before most of her employees on Monday morning and started the task of leading an embarrassed athletic department back to respectability and into the Big Ten Conference in 2014.
Rutgers will have seven home games at High Point Solutions Stadium in 2015.
It’s been an incredible fall from grace for Rutgers’ university athletics after the promise of their move to the Big Ten.
The Hermann problem has popped up when many thought the worst was over, and that the Rutgers athletic department could start focusing on its move to the Big Ten in 2014.