Posted November 22, 2012 on
Rutgers football kicked off its Thanksgiving with a focused practice. Two days away from Pittsburgh and a shot at a share of the Big East title the Scarlet Knights did not use the holiday as a day of rest. Following the final practice before heading to Heinz Field, head coach Kyle Flood offered the latest news leading up to the game.

Rutgers focused on Big East title, not Big 10 move

Senior linebacker Khaseem Greene will be long gone before Rutgers ever takes a snap as a member of the Big Ten. Forgive Greene if he's not exactly caught up in the hype surrounding the school's decision to bolt the Big East for more stable ground in 2014. ''At the end of the day, we ain't winning no Big Ten championship this year,'' Greene said. The...

Big East Week 13 Preview and Predictions

Rutgers and Pittsburgh will play this week in what’s an important Big East game ... for now. The Scarlet Knights are seeking their first Big East... TV: 1-on-1 with OLB Khaseem Greene

PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Rutgers linebacker Khaseem Greene and Pittsburgh running back Ray Graham's sibling relationship is common knowledge in the Big East. The two matched up as stars in the past and are set to do so one last time on the college level Saturday at Heinz Field. TV: 1-on-1 with Darius Hamilton

PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- A win Saturday at Pittsburgh would give Rutgers at least a share of the Big East title for the first time in school history, and the day could end with the Scarlet Knights earning a BCS bowl berth, and freshman defensive tackle Darius Hamilton went 1-on-1 with to discuss it.
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