Posted December 07, 2012 on
B1G Week at ScarletReport.com continues today with an in-depth look at the move’s effect on basketball in the recruiting process. With the Big East bringing a stronger basketball reputation than football one, Rutgers coach Mike Rice discussed what the move away from the conference means for his program.
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Rutgers head coach Mike Rice stepped to the postgame podium, a microphone waiting to catch his every word.
Australian punter Dean Crozier committed to Rutgers on Thursday, and then he spoke with FOXSportsNEXT about it. He discussed his experience with American football, when he plans to enroll, and why he chose the Scarlet Knights.
Outgoing Rutgers is suing the Big East in an attempt to avoid paying a fee for leaving the conference two years before it plans to play in the Big Ten citing breach of contract.
The university filed a lawsuit Wednesday in Middlesex County Courthouse against the Big East in an attempt to avoid paying the $5 million to $10 million exit fee, recover millions it claims the league owes...
Washington High School (Pa.) 2014 running back Shai McKenzie received a visit from Rutgers this week. Holding seven verbal scholarship offers, McKenzie discusses his thoughts on the beginning of his recruitment and his thoughts on the Scarlet Knights.
Rutgers fifth-year senior linebacker Khaseem Greene highlighted a day full of honors for the program by taking home Big East Defensive Player of the Year along with his first-team selection. Greene led the Rutgers defense to nine wins and is one of four first-team players defensively.