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Hurricane Sandy caused varying amounts of damage to the Camden, Newark and New Brunswick campuses. Keleman said the storm was the most severe in recent history.

Greg Brown, University alumnus and CEO?of Motorola Solutions, Inc., delivers the 246th commencement speech in May. Brown was elected to serve on the University’s Board of Governors yesterday in Winants Hall.

Junior Jamal Merrell, right, figures to see more time between defensive tackle and end following junior Isaac Holmes’ injury.

Junior Michael Larrow is set to come back for Rutgers for the first time since he suffered a season-ending ankle injury last year against Pittsburgh. He started at defensive end in five games in 2011.

Senior Marcus Cooper is one of two Knights cornerbacks that is 6-foot-2. The coaching staff views secondary size as an asset.

Junior Jeremy Deering returns a kickoff 55 yards Sept. 1 at Tulane, the last opponent Deering saw a meaningful touch against. Head coach?Kyle?Flood maintains Deering is valuable because of his versatility.

Senior tight end D.C. Jefferson tied a career high with four catches for 38 yards Thursday, when the Knights won their Big East opener at South Florida.

South Florida quarterback B.J. Daniels provides the first true barometer for Rutgers.

Sophomore Brandon Coleman scored the Knights’ first passing touchdown.

Sophomore Savon Huggins will earn several chances against a weak Howard defense.

Howard head football coach Gary Harrell is well aware of the challenge he faces with Rutgers. Flood earned high praise from Harrell, as well.

Junior left guard Antwan Lowery points to the line’s improved communication.

Sophomore quarterback Gary Nova responded with a 43-yard touchdown to Brandon Coleman following his first interception of the season at Tulane.

Tight ends coach Darnell Dinkins helps develop D.C. Jefferson, a senior.

Freshman kicker Kyle Federico missed his first field goal as a Scarlet Knight before drilling his next kick along with all three extra point attempts.

Sophomore wide receiver Brandon Coleman hauled in a 43-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter Saturday against Tulane, but he managed only one catch for -2 yards earlier.

Senior tight end D.C. Jefferson had one catch for 19 yards Saturday at Tulane. He started in place of an injured Paul Carrezola.

Senior safety Mason Robinson returns a punt Saturday against Tulane at the Superdome, where he averaged 3.3 yards per punt return. The sixth-year Knight is a member of nearly every special teams unit.

Junior Jeremy Deering left practice yesterday with an ankle injury, but head coach Kyle Flood does not expect it to be serious.

Sophomore running back Savon Huggins hits a hole on one of his 12 carries Saturday against Tulane. He totaled 46 yards while splitting time with classmate Jawan Jamison, who ran for 112 yards and one score.

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