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Rutgers is not a Big Ten team until they start winning

Change is hard.

It takes time to adjust to a new place, a new job, a new family member.  Maybe that’s why I still think Rutgers isn’t really part of the Big Ten yet. 527 more words


Big Ten Preview: Rutgers Scarlet Knights

Our Big Ten preview series is back.  Over the next few weeks, we’ll make our way through the Big Ten East and West from the bottom to the top. 480 more words


4-star receiver Brad Hawkins commits to U-M

Brad Hawkins Jr., a four-star wide receiver from Camden, N.J., verbally committed to Michigan today, becoming the 21st member of the Wolverines’ 2016 recruiting class. 183 more words


Power Ranking Nebraska’s 2015 Schedule from Easiest to Toughest

photo and story by Patrick Runge

As the calendar turns to July, Nebraska football fans can start to see the 2015 season take shape. So as they wonder what the first season under new head coach Mike Riley will be like, it’s a good time to look at the schedule game-by-game and figure out which contests look to be the toughest. 1,522 more words

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Anthony Davis of Rutgers, Piscataway retires from NFL at age 25

PISCATAWAY – Only five years into a promising NFL career, former Rutgers star Anthony Davis is retiring from the San Francisco 49ers.

At least for the time being. 508 more words


Rutgers Football Player Darian Dailey Arrested

BRADENTON, Fla. (CBSNewYork/AP) — Authorities say a Rutgers football player has been jailed in southwest Florida on a robbery charge.

The Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office told WFTS-TV that Rutgers defensive back Darian Dailey and another suspect confronted a bicyclist with a gun early Sunday and demanded money. 131 more words


Nebraska Football: Predicting the Cornhuskers’ 2015 Win-Loss Record

photo and story by Patrick Runge

When Nebraska hired Mike Riley as its new head football coach, some were perplexed. How could Nebraska fire Bo Pelini after another nine-win season, something he had achieved in each of his seven years in charge? 1,478 more words

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