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Sophomore quarterback Giovanni Rescigno shields the ball as he takes it on a rushing attempt in the second half of Rutgers' 24-7 loss to Illinois. Head coach Chris Ash declared the quarterback position open Saturday, and Rescigno is a front-runner to take the starting job from junior Chris Laviano.
Head football coach Chris Ash looks down during Rutgers' 24-7 loss to Illinois at High Point Solutions Stadium.
Head coach Chris Ash and the Scarlet Knights kick-off the second half of their season this Saturday, hosting Illinois for Homecoming at noon.
Photo Illustration | The School of Social Work is working with the NJ Prevention Network to analyze drug and alcohol use by crowdsourcing data collection with an app. Users can send the research team images of positive and negative influences in the community.
Dick butt memes have been popping up around Rutgers campuses, either spray-painted or drawn in chalk. RUPD is searching for the graffiti artist drawing them.
Photo Illustration | Cultured meat, or artificial meat grown in a laboratory, first debuted in 2013. While the first attempt had no flavor, future artificial meats may replace actual ones as an environmentally-friendly alternative.
Facebook has launched various tools dedicated toward encouraging voter registration, especially among young people who are less likely to vote, by sending reminders to users and placing a "register now" button at the top of their news feeds.
Donna Brazile, former and current Interim Chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee, spoke to Rutgers students on Monday night about their importance in the upcoming election, telling them that “millennials are in the driver’s seat of this election.”
Senior linebacker Greg Jones' football career has come to a close after he was ruled medically ineligible by two separate doctors.
Junior quarterback Zach Allen narrowly avoids getting sacked in the second quarter of Rutgers' 78-0 loss to No. 4 Michigan Saturday. Allen was unable to avoid getting sacked on three occasions as he went 1-for-10 on the night, fumbling once as well.
Michigan junior Jabrill Peppers beats former Wolverine and current Rutgers junior safety Ross Douglass on a 64-yard run in the first quarter of Rutgers' 78-0 loss to the No. 4 Wolverines Saturday night.
Corey Sanders throws down the hammer over the Scarlet Knight during MidKnight Madness at the Rutgers Athletic Center Friday night. The dunk earned a perfect score of 10 from all five judges as the sophomore guard edged junior teammate Nigel Johnson for the dunk contest at the showcase for fans.
Sophomore punter Michael Cintron broke a Big Ten record last season in punt attempts with 95.
Junior kicker David Bonagura is 6 of 7 on field goal attempts this season, with a long of 41 yards. Since taking over on kickoffs two games ago, Bonagura has recorded an average of 66 yards per kick, including one touchback.
Senior defensive end Julian Pinnix-Odrick leads the Scarlet Knights in both tackles for loss and sacks five games into his fifth and final season on the Banks.
For the first time this season, Rutgers will play in front of a sold-out student section in Saturday night's contest with No. 4 Michigan. The Scarlet Knights have earned their biggest ever wins in night games, including its first ever Big Ten win against the Wolverines in 2014.
Wide receiver Jawuan Harris hauled in the Knights’ only three receptions against Ohio State. The redshirt freshman also recorded one of Rutgers’ five drops against the Buckeyes. Harris said everyone’s to blame on offense for the Knights’ continued inefficiencies in the passing game.
Senior forward and captain Alyssa Bull believes her team is prepared both mentally and physically heading into a pair of difficult battles against No. 10 Michigan and Saint Joseph's this weekend.
September 2016 | Sigma Chi and Scarlet Fever are both selling “Save the Alley” shirts after the event was shut down. Both groups will donate proceeds to charity.
Photo Illustration | Sexually transmitted infections can impact a patient’s quality of life and reproductive health.