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It’s hard to believe, but this week marks the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy wreaking havoc on the east coast of the United States, causing over $65 billion in damage – much of which was confined to the New Jersey shoreline. To show that the state is still #JerseyStrong, the Rutgers Scarlet Knights will be donning new “Sandy Relief” helmets this Saturday against Temple. Rutgers coach Kyle Flood released the news this morning: #SandyRelief Jersey Strong pic.twitter.com/xzsOA2583k — Kyle Flood (@KyleFloodRU) October 28, 2013 The new lid combines the famous Rutgers “R” with an outline of New Jersey. It’s also got the “weathered” look – though we’re not sure whether that’s intentional or not. Either way, it’s a nice addition to their lineup.
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Nadir Barnwell, starting cornerback for the Rutgers Scarlet Knights, has been suspended for the Temple game after his arrest on campus for DWI.
PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Rutgers receiver John Tsimis made his true freshman debut for the Scarlet Knights in the 49-14 loss to Houston. Tsimis saw his first live action Saturday since tearing his ACL as a high school junior.
The Rutgers cornerback situation continues to trend downward after the announced suspension of Nadir Barnwell for a violation for team rules. Rutgers goes into its Temple game week severely limited at the position.
PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- ScarletReport.com's Brian Dohn and Sam Hellman digest a strange Monday of Rutgers media interviews. Following the 49-14 loss to Houston Saturday, Rutgers coach Kyle Flood re-opened the quarterback battle between Gary Nova and Chas Dodd. Flood is also down another cornerback with the suspension of Nadir Barnwell.