Maryland set the stage; Act II played out Tuesday afternoon, when Rutgers announced its move to join the Terps in the Big Ten.
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.
Maryland is set to announce it is joining the Big Ten. And it could mean a Rutgers defection from the Big East.
When Rutgers coach Mike Rice was at Robert Morris, he regularly played 10 players and substituted almost every minute of every game — we expect something similar to occur with his team this season.
Well folks, it doesn’t get much better than this. You’ve got undefeated Florida hosting a team led by former head coach Steve Spurrier in an SEC battle.
This is much more than 5-0 right now, this is about winning the conference and the Big East.
American hurdler Lolo Jones found herself in a rough spot Tuesday after responding to a tweet from paralyzed former Rutgers player Eric LeGrand.
Gary Nova’s career day came at exactly the right time for a Rutgers team eager to prove it belongs among the country’s best.
A sophomore out of New Jersey high school football power Don Bosco Prep in Ramsey, Nova has enjoyed a strong training camp, hitting 22 of 32 passes for 334 yards, four touchdowns and an interception in two scrimmages.
LeGrand’s lifelong dream to make an NFL roster came true in May. On Thursday, the paralyzed former Rutgers player, whose journey has inspired sports fans in the Tri-State area and across the nation, announced his retirement.
Take one look at Wally Judge and you’ll understand why he’s been hyped. Take one look at Rutgers’ roster and you’ll understand why there’s eternal optimism.
Mike Rice finally got the wing he’s so badly been craving. He now has the pieces in place for Rutgers to make a leap in the Big East standings next season.
Greg Schiano came to Rutgers when the football program was in a state of disarray – then left it in a bind.
According to multiple reports, Schiano is taking his “Keep Choppin’ ” mantra to the NFL.
For the first time ever, Sports Illustrated let fans decide the cover of their year-end issue. Votes poured in from 178 countries — and in the end it wasn’t even a contest.