Manasquan (N.J.) athlete Tanner Cowley met Rutgers coach Kyle Flood for the first time Tuesday, and left the office with a verbal scholarship offer. The versatile three-star 2015 prospect spoke in-death about his Rutgers offer and where the Scarlet Knights stand.
Newark (N.J.) Weequahic safety Al-Kadair Ports committed to Rutgers, and his coach weighed in on what the Scarlet Knights are getting.
The reverse is one of the most exciting plays in football.
Two special young Rutgers University fans got to experience that excitement this weekend, on the field of their favorite team, no less.
In a cool scene at Rutgers’ facility Saturday, 11-year-old Danny Garofalo and 16-year-old Matt DeRiggi took the field at the end of practice for one final play.
DeRiggi took the handoff...
Camden (N.J.) 2016 receiver Brad Hawkins and 2016 defensive end Jamal Holloway received Rutgers verbal offers Saturday during a visit to campus. Both spoke after leaving the Scarlet Knights facilities about the excited to have an in-state option.
PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Rutgers will be without Quentin Gause for the rest of spring, which moves Myles Nash into a starting role at outside linebacker. Head coach Kyle Flood discussed the latest young players pushing for time and a cool moment to end practice Saturday at High Point Solutions Stadium.
In his third season as the head coach at Rutgers, Kyle Flood will be coaching in his third difference conference in 2014, as the Scarlet Knights move into the Big Ten. The new conference will be a step up in competition for Rutgers, especially after a disappointing 6-7 record in 2013. "Every day I go out to practice and I see those young players, and I see improvement and I...
Maybe he’s standing in solidarity with journalists over Julie Hermann’s rather boneheaded comments about the Star-Ledger. Though in actuality, Rutgers quarterback Blake Rankin is transferring because he’s not part of the group vying to be the Scarlet Knights’ starter this coming season.
PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Practice continues at Rutgers as the halfway point of spring camp approaches this week. ScarletReport.com has been on-hand for virtually every snap and presents the latest series of photos of the Scarlet Knights.
The Coatesville, Pa. junior tight end visited Piscataway, and met the Scarlet Knights' staff, with his 7-on-7 teammates Saturday.
PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Sophomore linebacker L.J. Liston showed an ability to impact the running game in his first scrimmage of camp. Liston is in his second spring practice with the Scarlet Knights, and discussed the differences as he aims for more playing time as a sophomore.
The College Football Playoff Era doesn’t just ring in a new era of postseason football for Rutgers. It’s a complete overhaul.The Scarlet...
Louisville is the defending national champion. The Cardinals are ranked No. 5 in the country and playing well heading into the NCAA Tournament. So it’s no surprise that Rutgers had a tough time staying with U of L Thursday afternoon in the quarterfinals of the inaugural AAC Tournament. But losing by 61 points? That’s a bit of a stretch.
Rutgers shot just 24% from the field compared...
Cincinnati will go into Saturday's game against Rutgers with a shot to earn the American Athletic Conference men's basketball regular season championship.
With a victory over the Scarlet Knights, the Bearcats clinch at least a share of the crown.
From there it gets more complicated to see if Cincinnati (25-5, 14-3) will hold sole possession of the title.
Rutgers baseball coach Fred Hill has retired after 37 seasons and 1,089 victories.
The 79-year-old Hill spent 30 years at Rutgers. He's been on a medical leave since September and recently decided it was time to walk away. The university announced the move Thursday and promoted assistant coach Joe Litterio to replace him.
During Hill's tenure with the Scarlet Knights, the...
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MINNEAPOLIS -- Former Gophers quarterback Philip Nelson is staying in the Big Ten.
Nelson will transfer to Rutgers, meaning the Mankato native and former Gatorade Minnesota Player of the Year could face his old team in a few years. It was announced earlier this month that Nelson was leaving the Gophers program and wanted to find a system that better fit his skillset.