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For the second straight season, Khaseem Greene has been named Defensive Player of the Year in the Big East. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic)
After sharing the honor last season, Rutgers linebacker Khaseem Greene is the sole recipient of the Big East Defensive Player of the Year award this year. Greene shared the honor with Derek Wolfe of Cincinnati last season.
This year was a different story. When anyone thought about defenses in the Big East, Rutgers had to be at the top. And when you think Rutgers defense, the first thought that comes to mind is Khaseem Greene. Since moving from safety two years ago, Greene has become one of the best linebackers in not only the Big East, but in all of college football.
The fifth-year senior led the Big East with 125 tackles to go along with a league leading six forced fumbles. He also intercepted two passes and recorded 5.5 sacks.
Greene has the unique ability to use his hard hitting along with his speed to cover the entire field. If you have watched a ...
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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.
Antwan Lowery was named a First-Team Big East offensive lineman.
The Big East Conference has announced their post season awards. The All-Conference teams feature eight members of the Rutgers Scarlet Knights, five of which were named to the First-Team.
Senior linebacker Khaseem Greene, who also won the Big East Defensive Player of the Year Award, was an easy selection for the conference...
Rutgers University is suing the Big East Conference, trying to avoid paying an exit fee.
Rutgers is trying to avoid a $10 million hit for leaving en route to the Big Ten. Big East bylaws state a school must give 27 months' notice and pay a $10 million withdrawal fee.
The suit says the Big East selectively enforced the rules. Rutgers claims some schools did and some did not...
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...
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.
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.
The season is over and coaches are out on the road recruiting. Rutgers has 20 commitments, and the scope of recruiting has narrowed greatly. So ScarletReport.com makes it simple by taking a look at where the Scarlet Knights stands with every offered recruit.
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.
Rutgers has three more days off before returning for bowl practices. Losing two straight to end the year, multiple improvements will have to be made to during the next three weeks for the Scarlet Knights to defeat Virginia Tech.
Rutgers head coach Mike Rice stepped to the postgame podium, a microphone waiting to catch his every word.