Big Ten

Big Ten Quiet on Wisconsin Educational Cuts

In case you missed it, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker is proposing massive educational budget cuts in the state and that would include the University of Wisconsin. It is unknown how the slash in funding would impact the university’s football

Julie Hermann

Rutgers AD Wants Games to Be Like Disney World

Rutgers athletic director Julie Hermann is entering her second year at the university and even though she has been the center of certain controversies, she’s trying to improve things. According to, Hermann knows that there is a lot


Another Player Leaves Rutgers, Heads to Florida

Taylor Marini is a tight end who played for Rutgers and has announced that he will leave the team to play somewhere else. According to, Marini will be the fifth player to leave Rutgers since the closing of


Rutgers DB Wants a Transfer to Florida School

Bryant Gross-Armiento is a very talented defensive back who most likely would have seen playing time next season on the Rutgers’ football team. But, he changed his mind and now he wants to come home. This defensive player is from

Duke MBB

Thursday Night’s Top 25 Basketball Games

Tonight, the action continues. Here are Thursday night’s top 25 college basketball games: 7PM: No. 13 Michigan State at Purdue 7PM: No. 22 Memphis at Rutgers 9PM: No. 9 Duke at UNC 9PM: No. 21 Connecticut at Temple 11PM:

Fred Hill

Rutgers Baseball Coach Retires After 30 Years

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


Rutgers to Pay $11.5M to Leave AAC

Rutgers will pay $11.5 million to the American Athletic Conference as part of an agreement that will allow the school to enter the Big Ten this summer. The school and the conference announced the deal Wednesday. Rutgers has also

Former Bucs LB Coach Robb Smith

Former Bucs LB Coach Robb Smith Named Defensive Coordinator at Arkansas

It’s been a little over a month since Greg Schiano and his staff were relieved of their coaching duties with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and despite a 4-12 record, they’ve had little trouble landing on their feet. Former linebackers

Ralph Friedgen

Rutgers Hires Ralph Friedgen as New OC

If Rutgers had had the first weekend of October off last season, it might have lured former Maryland coach Ralph Friedgen out of retirement a year ago. Scarlet Knights coach Kyle Flood disclosed Tuesday that he asked Friedgen about

DeDe Lattimore

USF’s Lattimore Celebrates Career Best

The Bulls may have ended their season on a low note as they fell to Rutgers in their last game of the season, but senior middle linebacker DeDe Lattimore has something to celebrate. In his final game as a