JULIAN PINNIX-ODRICK RUMORS

Big Ten players reveal must-do parts of pregame routine

Rap music is a Big Ten favorite, but Rutgers DE Julian Pinnix-Odrick and Maryland LB Jermaine Carter are more unique
Via NJ.com
13 days ago

Words to live by: Big Ten player survey of meaningful sayings

Rutgers star Julian Pinnix-Odrick got his favorite saying from a teacher, but what about other Big Ten stars?
Via NJ.com
15 days ago

Rutgers star Julian Pinnix-Odrick 'can do a lot of great things' with confidence, hard work

Julian Pinnix-Odrick is healthy and starting at his preferred spot for the first time in his five-year Rutgers career Watch video In years one and two of their college football careers, Julian Pinnix-Odrick cheered for Darius Hamilton from the Rutgers sideline. In year four, an injured Hamilton reciprocated by encouraging Pinnix...
Via NJ.com
24 days ago

Does Julian Pinnix-Odrick have a sack goal for Rutgers? His answers to your questions ...

Big things are expected of Julian Pinnix-Odrick, who is moving to his more natural defensive end spot for Rutgers this season. Watch video Statistically speaking, Julian Pinnix-Odrick is one of the least flashiest defensive players on the Rutgers football team. In 24 games over the last two seasons, Pinnix-Odrick has accumulated...
Via NJ.com
25 days ago

Football. Football Attends 2016 Big Ten Media Day

Rutgers football took part in the 2016 Big Ten Football Media Day in Chicago on Monday, previewing the upcoming season. Head coach Chris Ash, Darius Hamilton, Julian Pinnix-Odrick and Andre Patton represented the Scarlet Knights at the event.
Via ScarletKnights.com
July 25, 2016

Rutgers Seniors Discuss Culture Change At Big Ten Media Day

Rutgers football seniors Darius Hamilton, Julian Pinnix-Odrick, and Andre Patton attended Big Ten Media Day with head coach Chris Ash in Chicago, Illinois today. All three sat down with Dave Revsine of the Big Ten Network to discuss the program and the upcoming season. There were a few notable comments made by the players and they seemed ready to get training camp underway. When...
Via On the Banks
July 25, 2016

Ash bringing order back to Rutgers' scandal marred football

PISCATAWAY, N.J. (AP) Whenever Julian Pinnix-Odrick sees Chris Ash in the hallways of Rutgers' football center, the fifth-year senior tells his first-year coach that it's OK to smile. Ash has cracked a few smiles in wrapping up his first spring practice on Saturday night in front of 14,177 fans. His focus, though, is overhauling a program derailed by an academic scandal and player...
Via Associated Press
April 24, 2016  |  Discuss
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