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One day after ESPN's Outside the Lines aired a video regarding Mike Rice's abusive practice methods, Rutgers has fired their basketball coach.
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Mike Rice was fired by Rutgers on Wednesday morning, here's a video of him addressing ABC News following the firing.
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ESPN’s Outside the Lines released a short video today of Rutgers men’s basketball coach Mike Rice physically and verbally assaulting his players during practice. Somehow, the footage is actually worse than you’d even imagine. In the video, Rice throws balls at players’ heads, calls them obscenities, pushes them, and even screams gay slurs at them. It’s worth noting that...

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On Tuesday, ESPN aired the following video of Mike Rice berating his Rutgers players. It shows the hot-tempered coach throwing basketballs, using abusive language, and even uttering homophobic slurs.The university's athletic department finally wised up and fired the much-maligned Rice by Thursday morning.Now, it appears the geniuses in Taiwan have gotten a grasp of the situation...

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There are plenty of college basketball coaches who deserve some extra money for leading their respective teams this season, but that list probably does not include recently fired Rutgers coach, Mike Rice. After footage of Rice physically and verbally abusing his players aired on ESPN, the school dismissed him on Wednesday, but he won’t be walking away empty-handed. For lasting...

Mike Rice says he’s ‘deeply sorry’ for the ‘pain and hardship’ he’s caused

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Mike Rice Reminds Me of My Asshole High School Coach

I’m not gonna say that I was the next coming of Michael Jordan, but I was the best player on my team. I quit playing basketball after my sophomore year in high school because my coach was the most abusive man I’d ever met in met in my life. He would push us around. He would call us “f****ts” and “pansy boys” and “p*****s.” He would tell us that we were such little...

Two current Rutgers players defend fired head coach Mike Rice

Newly fired Rutgers basketball coach Mike Rice has become public enemy number one after a video showing him berating players went viral.But not everyone believes Rice is a villain figure. No, two of Rice's ex-players have come to his aid in support of their embattled coach."You can't let those individual moments define what he was," Rutgers junior forward Wally...

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The call from faculty members and politicians to oust top Rutgers University administrators grew louder Thursday, a day after men's basketball coach Mike Rice was fired for mistreating players, shoving them and berating them with gay slurs. More than 50 faculty members signed a letter calling for the dismissal of Athletic Director Tim Pernetti and an explanation from President...

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Ex-Rutgers player Mike Coburn defends coach Mike Rice

There are very few people who can find a way to excuse Rutgers men’s basketball coach Mike Rice for the behavior we witnessed in the practice clips that were released to the public on Tuesday. ESPN’s “Outside the Lines” showed footage of Rice blatantly abusing his players, both physically and verbally (watch the video here). However, ex-Rutgers guard Mike Coburn said it is...

Former Players Voice Support for Pernetti

Regardless of mistakes made in the Mike Rice scandal, former Rutgers athletes spoke out in droves to support athletic director Tim Pernetti. From former football stars to Olympic sports athletes, Pernetti has strong support from many athletes that knew him personally.

Morning Buzz & Crossword Puzz: 4/3/2013

Scar This morning’s top five stories from across the web: 1. Mike Rice has been fired from Rutgers after the horrible video released yesterday. 2. Geno Smith is not happy with a report about his abilities. 3. Kevin Ware will travel with Louisville to Atlanta. 4. The Louisville women’s team will be joining the men in the Final Four. 5. Kevin Ware has a new dog named “Scar...

Report: Rutgers fires AD Pernetti

Tim Pernetti is out as Rutgers' athletic director, a source told ESPN on Friday. Pernetti dismissed Mike Rice on Wednesday after a videotape aired showing the coach shoving, grabbing and throwing balls at players, and using gay slurs during practice. The tape was made available to Pernetti in November by a former university employee, but after an investigation, and with the...

Rutgers Fires Men’s Basketball Coach Due to Abusing Players

The news article was written by our college basketball expert James Weber while commentary was supplied by Colin & Rohit. What a difference 24 Hours can make. Rutgers University head basketball coach Mike Rice has been fired, after a whirlwind of support for his dismissal arose since an ESPN report surfaced earlier this week. The ESPN program Outside the Lines (OTL) ran several...
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