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Report: Dance Appreciation class at center of Rutgers scandal

Rutgers football coach Kyle Flood will not be leading the Scarlet Knights against Penn State on Saturday night, and more details about why emerged a few hours before kickoff, according to Flood is serving a three-game suspension for violating university policy by contacting a faculty member regarding a player's grade. The class that the player -- defensive back Nadir Barnwell...
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17 days ago  |  Discuss

Rutgers Suspends Flood for 3 Games, But Needed to Give Him the Axe

The public black eye that started a month-long nightmare for the Rutgers Scarlet Knights football program has come to an end. Football head coach Kyle Flood has been found to have indeed made inappropriate contact with a member of the faculty at Rutgers on behalf of one of his players, Nadir Barnwell. Rutgers president, Robert Barchi, released a letter explaining his reasoning behind...
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19 days ago  |  Discuss

Rutgers Suspends Head Football Coach Following Investigation

In what has been a rocky start to the season off the field for the Rutgers Scarlet Knights, the team will be without their head coach for several weeks following an investigation by the school: Rutgers has suspended Kyle Flood three games, and fined him $50,000, following an investigation by the school into rules violations. The school had been investigating an email Flood sent...
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19 days ago  |  Discuss

Rutgers dismisses 5 players for role in home invasion

Rutgers University’s football program has dismissed five players from the team following their arrests earlier this week for their role in a home invasion. Sam Hellman of reported the development. Rutgers has dismissed all five arrested players from program – Dre Boggs, Delon Stephenson, Razohnn Gross, Ruhann Peele and Nadir Barnwell. — Sam Hellman (@SamHellmanScout...
Via Campus Sports Net
September 05, 2015  |  Discuss

Rutgers suspends five players charged for battery, robbery incidents.

Kyle Flood. Image via first day of the FCS college football season isn't going well for Kyle Flood. The Rutgers head coach has indefinitely suspended five members of the Scarlet Knights football team after they were arrested on charges related to two separate incidents on the Rutger's campus.Four players, defensive back Nadir Barnwell, fullback Razohnn Gross, cornerback...
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September 03, 2015  |  Discuss

Five Rutgers football players suspended amid criminal assault charges

  Five Rutgers football players have been suspended after one was charged in two home invasions and four others were charged with assaulting a group of people in New Brunswick in April. Prosecutors announced Thursday that 22-year-old defensive back Ruhann Peele, 20-year-old defensive back Nadir Barnwell, 20-year-old fullback Razohnn Gross and 22-year-old defensive back Delon Stephenson...
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September 03, 2015  |  Discuss

Kyle Flood contacted part-time professor about grades

A new development in Rutgers’ investigation of football coach Kyle Flood’s alleged contact with a professor has been uncovered. Per Kelly Heyboer of, a university representative has said that the instructor whom Flood emailed regarding a student-athlete’s grades “was likely a part-time lecturer making less than $5,000 per class.” The player that Flood was asking...
Via Campus Sports Net
August 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Report: Rutgers head coach facing potential punishment for alleged rules violation

Rutgers football might have more to worry about than winning enough games to get bowl eligible again this fall. NJ Advance Media reported Tuesday that Scarlet Knights head coach Kyle Flood is under investigation for allegedly having impermissible contact with a member of the university faculty in regards to the status of Rutgers cornerback Nadir Barnwell. Whether Flood violated NCAA...
Via Fox Sports
August 25, 2015  |  Discuss

Kyle Flood facing firing over possible rules violation

Rutgers Scarlet Knights head football coach Kyle Flood could potentially be fired for a rules violation committed this summer, per Keith Sargeant of Per Sargeant, Flood “could face a suspension or firing because of impermissible contact with a university faculty member regarding the status of one of his players.” Rutgers’ office of general counsel is investigating...
Via Campus Sports Net
August 25, 2015  |  Discuss

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