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ORLANDO -- For defensive tackle Scott Vallone, the 13-10 overtime loss to Virginia Tech was the end of the road at Rutgers. Proud of his accomplishments but ready to move on, Vallone went 1-on-1 with ScarletReport.com to look ahead at preparing for the NFL draft.
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No. 13 Tennessee used a strong defensive performance and balanced scoring to defeat Rutgers 66-47 Sunday.
The victory was the 1,200th in Tennessee's program history, an NCAA best. It was also the eighth consecutive win over Rutgers for the Lady Volunteers (9-3).
Tennessee led by as many as 28 points in the second half after leading 33-13 at halftime.
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Tennessee assistant coach Jolette Law has coached women's basketball for nearly two decades, but her next game will stand out from any other in her career.
For the first time, Law will be trying to beat her mentor, Rutgers coach C. Vivian Stringer. The 13th-ranked Lady Vols (8-3) host Rutgers (8-3) on Sunday in their final game before opening Southeastern Conference competition...
ORLANDO -- The defense scored Rutgers' only touchdown, held Virginia Tech to 196 yards of offense and forced 11 punts and three turnovers but it wasn't enough as Rutgers fell 13-10 in the Russell Athletic Bowl, and afterward Steve Beauharnais talked about the disappointment.
Rutgers men's basketball coach Mike Rice returned to the court Saturday after a three-game, 16-day suspension for inappropriate behavior and language.
Rice held a walk-through session with his team in his first work since he was suspended without pay and fined $50,000 on Dec. 13 for a violation of athletic department policy.
''I may not be perfect, but I know I'...
ORLANDO, Fla. – Rutgers ended its season with a third straight loss, blowing 10-point lead against Virginia Tech to lose the Russell Athletic Bowl 13-10 in overtime. Unable to move the ball offensively, mistakes in the passing game proved costly for the 9-4 Scarlet Knights.
PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Rutgers coach Mike Rice spent 20 minutes with the media on his first day back from a three-game suspension. After a short walkthrough, Rice addressed everything from his suspension, to changes that need to be made to his appologies and need to earn a second chance.