Jim Valvano is known for many things.
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Jim Valvano is known for many things.
Bob Lloyd warned his speech wouldn’t go without tears.
Any student who has attended Rutgers, be it for four years or four days, have all had to do the same thing at some point in time — hop on their computers and type out the five letters that will haunt their nightmares for the duration of their time on the Banks: Sakai.
As the inaugural March Munchies progressed, and the field narrowed by the week, Nicholas Komandis paid increasingly more attention to the competition.
After six weeks, five rounds of competition, thousands of votes and more calories than anyone could possibly count, March Munchies has narrowed its field from 32 restaurants to the final one standing.
After a month of battles between the restaurants selected by The Daily Targum for the first annual March Munchies, the original field of 32 eateries has been reduced to two following last weekend’s Final Four.
Four weeks into #MarchMunchies and there are just as many teams remaining in the field. Following another weekend of voting, the Elite Eight became the Final Four, making PJ's Pizza, RU Hungry?, Destination Dogs and Hansel 'n Griddle each regional champions and another step toward winning the title.
The Rutgers men’s basketball program will have its breath held through the month of May for a second straight year.
Welcome to the third edition of the Rutgers Roundup, a weekly segment in which we reflect on what happened surrounding Scarlet Knights athletics over the past seven days before acknowledging top performances during the span with our Targum awards.
Another week, another round down in March Munchies, The Daily Targum’s version of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Tournament pitting the best restaurants in the Rutgers—New Brunswick area against each other.
Welcome to the Rutgers Roundup, a weekly segment in which we reflect on what happened surrounding Scarlet Knights athletics over the past seven days before acknowledging top performances during the span with our Targum awards.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The magic was there, if only for a second.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — There were two minutes remaining in Rutgers men’s basketball team’s Big Ten Tournament first round matchup with Ohio State when it happened, when it seemed someone hit replay on the movie the Scarlet Knights had seen unfold before them so many times this season.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — It took everything they had, every last ounce of energy squeezed out of a team who, for the most part, left it all out on the court all season.
From now until the next time it loses, the Rutgers men’s basketball team is fighting for its season.
The first round of March Munchies has come and gone, taking with it all but one of the favored seeds among its 16 matchups.
The Rutgers men’s basketball team concluded its regular season in spectacular fashion Saturday, bursting Illinois’ bubble with a dramatic 62-59 win concluded by a late-game winner from captain Deshawn Freeman.
The Rutgers men’s basketball team concluded its season doing something it came close to achieving multiple times but ultimately fell short in its first year under head coach Steve Pikiell — it won a close game with clutch plays down the stretch.
Corey Sanders took the ball up the court with 30 seconds remaining in the Rutgers men’s basketball team’s regular season finale against Illinois.
For a majority of the members on the Rutgers men’s basketball team, Saturday’s regular season finale against red-hot Illinois is the final game of their regular season under Steve Pikiell, one last chance to demonstrate the growth they have seen with the first-year head coach.