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Steven Miller

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Signal Caller

Scott Vallone first saw it in 2006 and 2007, when Rutgers recruited him — an aggressive defense that defined the team's success. Khaseem Greene saw ...

UNC QB earns RU's attention

Of all the praise Rutgers head football coach Greg Schiano doled out toward North Carolina earlier this week, perhaps none was more warranted than that ...

Doerner adjusts to NJ

Justin Doerner admits he was nervous before Thursday's opening kickoff at High Point Solutions Stadium, but once that was out of the way, he just played ...

Wynn doubtful for UNC

The Rutgers football team's offensive line, which did not allow a sack for the first time in 23 games in Thursday's opener, will likely have a different ...

Featured attraction

If there was any question as to whether Savon Huggins would get every opportunity to prove he is the workhorse tailback everyone envisioned, it disappeared ...

Stolen identity

Greg Schiano stood at a podium in the Rutgers football team meeting room — the same place he stood days after a sixth consecutive loss ended last season ...

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Greg Schiano speaks at his introductory press conference in Tampa, where he could lure Rutgers assistants.

Former Rutgers coach?Greg Schiano speaks to the Tampa Bay media.

Former Rutgers head football coach Greg Schiano speaks at his introductory press conference as the newest head coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Flanked by his parents, three-star offensive tackle Ryan Brodie dons a Rutgers hat as he announces his verbal commitment to the Scarlet Knights yesterday in a ceremony at Long Branch High School. Brodie also considered Connecticut as one of two finalists.

Neptune cornerback'Charles Davis was the first commitment of the Class of 2011's group of close friends from New Jersey who will play college football at Rutgers.

Fred Hill Jr. was not spotted at the Louis Brown Athletic Center yesterday after holding a team meeting, where he labeled his dismisssal as head coach as a rumor.

Darrell Givens (3) practiced at safety for the first time yesterday, after spending the first six spring practices at cornerback. Givens was one of three highly-touted redshirt freshmen cornerbacks.

Sophomore wideout Tim Wright earned the praise of Greg Schiano as a player who made strides in his game since the season.

Athlete Miles Shuler, the state champion in the 100-meter dash, was one of many recruits on hand for Saturday's practice.

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