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Nova's late touchdown pass leads Rutgers past Temple - SNY Rutgers →

Gary Nova reaffirmed his role as Rutgers’ starting quarterback in a dramatic 23-20 win over Temple, throwing for 371 yards and three touchdowns, including a 33-yard hookup with Leonte Carroo to seal the victory. The late score came on a fourth-and-10 with 35 seconds remaining. More »

Rutgers is ready to play No. 8 Louisville →

The Scarlet Knights will face the nationally ranked Cardinals in Thursday night’s AAC match up in an effort to give Louisville its first loss of the season. The team, however, must first find a way to stop the Cardinals’ powerhouse QB and 2012 Big East Player of the Year, Teddy Bridgewater.  More »

Eric LeGrand’s jersey to be retired by Rutgers

Rutgers will be retiring the jersey of former Rutgers defensive tackle Eric LeGrand, head coach Kyle Flood announced today at American Athletic Conference Media Day. It will be the first time in Rutgers’ 144-year history that a jersey will be retired.

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(Photo via NY Daily News)

Rutgers AD Julie Hermann was also in the middle of sex discrimination suit at Louisville - SNY Rutgers →

Rutgers AD, Julie Hermann, draws controversy →

Tim Pernetti resigned as Rutgers’ Athletic Director after video surfaced showing Mike Rice abusing his players. A similar controversy surrounds the new AD, Julie Hermann. A letter written by players claims Hermann verbally abused girls on the volleyball team during her time as coach. More »

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“There are questions about this behavior that need to be answered by the leaders at Rutgers.”

Gov. Christie on the tape released earlier today showing Rutgers head coach Mike Rice berating his players.

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Also, Rutgers Director of Athletics Tim Pernetti will be on SNY at 10:30 p.m.

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Paralyzed former Rutgers defensive tackle Eric LeGrand smiles as he answers a question during an NFL football news conference in Piscataway, N.J. last week after it was announced that he has been signed by the Tampa Bay. LeGrand broke two vertebrae and suffered a serious spinal cord injury on Oct. 16, 2010, during a kickoff return against Army. His coach at Rutgers then, Greg Schiano, is now the head coach of the Buccaneers. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)

KING: Schiano find way to bring LeGrand’s passion to Tampa Bay
EPSTEIN: LeGrand gets my vote for 2011 Sportsman of the Year