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Los Angeles Lakers assistant coach Eddie Jordan is returning to New Jersey for what might be a final round of talks with Rutgers about taking over its beleaguered basketball program., http://juicedsportsblog.com/sports-news/news/report-eddie-jordan-to-talk-more-with-rutgers
A member of the 1976 Final Four team at Rutgers, Eddie Jordan has the support of his teammates. Jordan's Rutgers teammates Mike Dabney and Hollis Copeland discussed their relationships with Jordan and why he is the right fit for a program in desperate need of a fresh start.
While Eddie Jordan and Rutgers worked to make him the head of
the university's scandal-marred basketball program, there was more
bad news for the Scarlet Knights.
FOXSportsNEXT.com basketball experts Evan Daniels and Brian Snow break down what Eddie Jordan can bring Rutgers from a recruiting angle. Jordan and Rutgers reached a five-year deal worth approximately $6.25 million this morning and are in the process of finalizing contractual details.
Rutgers is set to introduce Los Angeles Lakers assistant Eddie Jordan as the new coach of the Scarlet Knights' scandal-marred basketball program.
On Monday, the athletic department announced a basketball press conference for 4:30 EDT Tuesday where Jordan is expected to be introduced.
The university's board of governors will meet earlier in the afternoon to sign off on the...
A person familiar with the situation tells the Associated Press that Los Angeles Lakers assistant Eddie Jordan has reached a tentative agreement to take over as coach at Rutgers.
The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the school has not officially announced the deal, but said the two sides hammered out the five-year contract over the past 12 hours. It needs to be reviewed...
Los Angeles Lakers assistant coach Eddie Jordan is returning to New Jersey for what might be a final round of talks with Rutgers about taking over its beleaguered basketball program.
A person familiar with the negotiations told The Associated Press that Jordan was going to travel from Los Angeles on Wednesday, and planned to meet with Rutgers officials Thursday in an attempt to...
Now the healing can begin.
After a few obstacles in the negotiating process, former Los Angeles Lakers assistant Eddie Jordan has finally agreed to become the new head coach at Rutgers, according to ESPN.
Jordan will receive a five-year contract, the source told McMurphy. The Star-Ledger reported that Jordan’s deal is worth over $1 million per year.
The agreement comes just...
According to a report by Newark Star-Ledger sports writer (and former Jersey Guy of the Week) Tom Luicci, Los Angeles Laker assistant and former Rutgers star Eddie Jordan will begin final negotiations with his alma mater about becoming the next Scarlet Knight basketball coach. It’s amazing how smart the Twitter world becomes AFTER Luicci posts… Read More
Eddie Jordan is expected to become the next Rutgers basketball coach. Without a permanent athletic director, Rutgers targeted Jordan as its replacement for the fired Mike Rice and is close to bringing in the former Scarlet Knight as its head coach.
Phase One of the continuing Rutgers search for respectability in basketball was completed on Thursday when Rutgers came to an agreement with Eddie Jordan to become the next men’s basketball coach. In typical Rutgers fashion, the official announcement probably won’t come until next week, but then again its only the height of the spring… Read More
Rutgers took significant steps in stabilizing its basketball program today by reaching an agreement in principal with Eddie Jordan. The current and prospective Rutgers roster remains in question, however, and ScarletReport.com has the latest information.
Two more impact players are considering transfer from Rutgers with the coaching search dragging in the wake of the Mike Rice scandal. With Eddie Jordan and Rutgers set to continue talks tonight and tomorrow, the level of urgency is on high alert with both Mike Poole and Eli Carter now seeking letters of release.