Guard Jerome Seagears is doing a 180 and actually transferring back to Rutgers after leaving following the Mike Rice scandal.
Rutgers has never been much of a conversation starter in college athletics. Even though they won the first ever college football game, Rutgers is currently 38th all time in wins and they haven’t had a powerhouse program since… maybe ever. They claim one national championship and, seriously, it’s from 1869. The women’s basketball team has been a final four contender a few...
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Former Rutgers basketball coach Mike Rice reportedly will collect a $475,000 settlement from the school despite being fired amid a slew of controversy.
Mike Rice‘s coaching antics were too much for NCAA basketball to allow, but apparently it’s alright for him to coach 12-year-old girls in AAU basketball.
Rice was spotted this weekend still coaching his daughter’s AAU team in Neptune, N.J., according to Deadspin. Rice was as wild as ever, yelling at coaches and players, according to HoopsCritic.com.
On Sunday afternoon, Rice...
In case you forgot, Mike Rice was the Rutgers head coach who was recently fired for physically and verbally abusing his basketball players. One of the questions that many people have is, can he ever rebound from this scandal? Well, it appears he already has picked up a new job — coaching young girls basketball. Yes, that’s right – according to Brain Geltzeiler of HoopsCritic...
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Shane Rector, a once-potential Rutgers recruit, said Mike Rice personally warned him about the now-infamous video a few days before it was released.
A former player for Robert Morris, where Mike Rice coached before he took the job at Rutgers, claims Rice engaged in the same kind of behavior in the past.
Saturday Night Live made one of the funnier skits they have done in recent history when they poked some fun at Rutgers ex-head coach Mike Rice. The skit parodied the Outside the Lines report that lead to Mike Rice’s firing after footage surfaced of his abusive behavior and coaching tactics towards his players.
In the skit, Bill Hader reports on Sheila Kelly, head coach of...
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Check out the video. NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” took on the case of fired Rutgers basketball coach Mike Rice by finding an even more menacing basketball coach. Rice was fired last week after a video showed him verbally and physically abusing players on his team. But SNL wants you to know that Rice’s behavior is nothing compared to how Middle Delaware State coach Sheila Kelly acts.
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Rutgers reportedly has decided to part ways with Tim Pernetti, the school's athletic director, in the wake of the Mike Rice controversy.