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He was not the first choice. He was not the second choice. He was the third choice to head the Rutgers men’s basketball program. It has been a few weeks since he took charge, and you can already see a vision being built for the program. A vision that was never evident in the Eddie Jordan era.
The longest sports season is here, but who will reign supreme in six months? Although it hasn’t felt like it outside, spring has arrived. And with spring comes the best caveat of all, baseball.
So much paper was burned in the third week of March. Any guesses as to why?
Oct. 6, 2015, was the day after my birthday, but more importantly, it was the day the New York Yankees lost the wildcard game to the Houston Astros, 3-0. Their 162-game season ended in just one game. One game is ridiculous for the wildcard series, but that’s for another discussion.
First off, I would like to start by saying I was very wrong. My predictions about how the game would play out were poorer than the performance that the Carolina Panthers put out. The Denver Broncos' defense, not offense, dominated the Panthers to an impressive 24-10 victory. It appears that Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning will sail off into the sunset.
Sunday will mark the end of an era.
Let's be honest, it has been a rough couple of decades for the Rutgers men's basketball team. It has now been 25 years since the team made the NCAA Tournament, also known as "March Madness."
In case you have been living under a rock for the last week, Rutgers Athletics has undergone a major overhaul. Gone is former Athletic Director Julie Hermann and head football coach Kyle Flood, and in comes newly appointed Athletic Director Pat Hobbs and head football coach Chris Ash.
I don’t get it, how do people support Dallas Cowboys player Greg Hardy? He is a worthless piece of trash, an awful human being. This opinion is based on his arrest from one year and a half ago among other incidents and comments.
This past Tuesday, for the first time since the Golden State Warriors held the Larry O’Brien Championship Trophy, the NBA tipped off with the Cleveland Cavaliers at the Chicago Bulls. Last year, in LeBron James's return home to Cleveland, his team came up two wins short of the championship. He was without 2 of 3 of the Big Three as Kyrie Irving dislocated his knee cap and Kevin Love had his shoulder dislocated, more like pulled out of it’s socket. The Champion Golden State Warriors had the more complete team that included league MVP Steph Curry, along with his splash brother Klay Thompson, “Mr. Do It All,” Draymond Green and Coach of the Year Steve Kerr. This is a new season — nothing is guaranteed or given to a team. It is earned with their play on the court. Oh wait, never mind, the Cavaliers making it back to the Championship is guaranteed. Put your money on them in Vegas.
We are more than one-fourth of the way through the NFL season and still have six unbeaten teams: the New England Patriots, Green Bay Packers, Atlanta Falcons, Denver Broncos, Carolina Panthers and Cincinnati Bengals. When you have so many undefeated teams, you wonder if they can keep up their great play and make a run in the playoffs? It’s hard to tell. The schedule really dictates where some of the teams are right now.
Currently suspended head football coach Kyle Flood is going to end up being fired at the end of the season. I don’t understand why University President Robert L. Barchi is delaying the inevitable. On Sept. 15 Barchi handed down a three-game suspension and $50,000 fine on Flood. He received the penalty because of his involvement with a student’s academics and reaching out to a professor, completely disregarding the rules and making them up as he went along.
We had to wait an extra week this year, but that makes it all the more worth it as college football kicks off today.
A mother plays an integral role in how a family is run from day to day.
This weekend presents the opportunity to honor three of the greatest careers in the history of the Rutgers softball program. Centerfielder Jackie Bates, left-hander Alyssa Landrith and left fielder Chandler Howard will be honored Friday during Senior Day.
Some teams never learn.
As the final moments in the regular season approach, the Rutgers softball team needs to heat up if it wishes to make its postseason dreams a reality.
History continues to be made by the Rutgers softball team.
The budding rivalry between Rutgers and Penn State sees action once again Happy Valley this weekend.
During its first year in the Big Ten, the Rutgers softball team has made its mark.