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Rutgers Quarterbacks Still On Even Footing

Fifteen spring practices shed little light on a quarterback competition on the banks of the old Raritan for the Rutgers football team. The inconsistencies between the three main signal callers vying for the job have forced the battle to extend into training camp in the summer. 1,170 more words

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If Only We Could Trade Places

January 19th, 4:00 a.m. – The alarm sounds like a screeching bird in my ears. After I sleep through the first two timers I finally roll over and turn it off. 1,044 more words

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Rutgers DT Darius Hamilton Gives An Update On His Return and Health Goals

PISCATAWAY, N.J. – After missing every game last season due to a lower body (knee) injury except for a few snaps against Penn State, Rutgers football defensive tackle Darius Hamilton is on the mend. 584 more words

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Rutgers' football team turned an intense 1-on-1 drill into a Running Man Challenge video

We here at For The Win will never tire of My Boo and Running Man Challenge videos.

Here’s another one and a pretty good one at that: Rutgers’ football team appears to be doing their version of the Oklahoma Drill when … well, you know what happens in  16 more words

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Can Chris Ash Prop Rutgers Football to Success in the Big 10?

Who is Chris Ash? Chris Ash was hired as Rutgers football head coach on December seventh of last year. Prior to accepting the Scarlet Knights head coaching position, Ash stood on a different scarlet and grey sideline; the sideline of the Ohio State Buckeyes. 369 more words

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Rutgers Lands No. 1 Recruit Dylan Moses

By Andrew Blustein
Sports Editor

Chris Ash has done it.

Seemingly out of nowhere, Dylan Moses signed on the dotted line yesterday, officially committing to Rutgers. 426 more words

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Chris Christie to be Named New Defensive Coordinator for Rutgers Football

BY Henry Chen
Copy Editor

Rutgers began its search for a new defensive coordinator after cleaning house this offseason in an attempt to challenge Big Ten foes. 299 more words

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