Tyler Barto


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Sophomore quarterback Gary Nova threw for 313 yards, two touchdowns and six interceptions in the Knights' 35-23 loss Saturday to Kent State.
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Costly interceptions plague Rutgers in first loss

Gary Nova sat with his hands on his knees outside the Rutgers football team’s locker room Saturday, the arm of position coach Rob Spence slung around his shoulder. Spence told Nova every quarterback he had been around experienced what Nova had only minutes earlier. The words likely offered little consolation for Nova, who threw a career-high six interceptions in the Scarlet Knights’ 35-23 loss to Kent State.

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Knight Notebook

While much of the attention surrounding Rutgers head football coach Greg Schiano's defensive changes during the offseason revolved around the front seven, the Scarlet Knights' secondary saw the majority of the action last night against North Carolina Central's spread offense.

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Big East announces schedule

The Big East announced its conference schedules yesterday for the 2011-12 men's basketball season, and Rutgers plays host to defending Big East Tournament champion Connecticut on Jan. 7, when UConn head coach Jim Calhoun returns from a three-game suspension.

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LeGrand's speech kicks off NJ Special Olympics

EWING, N.J. — Nearly 2,500 athletes graced Lions' Stadium at The College of New Jersey Friday evening for the opening ceremony of the Special Olympics in the Garden State, but one person had the ability to silence them all.

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Forward rebounds from ACL tear

She tried to convince Rutgers head women's soccer coach Glenn Crooks that the pop she heard in her knee was nothing, that she could play through it and wrap it regularly, but forward Jonelle Filigno knew the injury she suffered just seven minutes into her first scrimmage was anything but temporary.

Sophomore Jeremy Deering carried the ball 77 times last season
out of the Wildcat for 352 yards, which ranked second on the team,
and two touchdowns.
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Same faces, different places

He cautioned after doing so, but after Saturday's practice Rutgers head football coach Greg Schiano likened sophomore running back Jeremy Deering to former Los Angeles Rams great Eric Dickerson.

Sophomore defensive tackle Michael Larrow (90) contributed six
tackles and a sack last season in a reserve role for the Knights
but figures to see an increased workload after junior Scott Vallone
suffered a lower leg injury during Rutgers' first scrimmage.
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Larrow inherits larger role in new system

At 6-foot-4 and 252 pounds, Michael Larrow is not the prototype of a No. 1 defensive tackle. But after junior Scott Vallone suffered a lower leg injury early in the Rutgers football team's first scrimmage, Larrow now finds himself as the owner of that distinction for the foreseeable future.

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Former Director of Player Development Eric Murdock filed a whistleblower lawsuit against the University today as he believes he was wrongly let go from his position in the Rutgers men's basketball program.
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Former Director of Player Development Eric Murdock filed a whistleblower lawsuit against the University today as he believes he was wrongly let go from his position in the Rutgers men's basketball program.

Rutgers’ 2013 class includes five defensive backs, but only one offensive lineman. Flood said he is not concerned about only recruiting Dorian Miller on the o-line.
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Rutgers’ 2013 class includes five defensive backs, but only one offensive lineman. Flood said he is not concerned about only recruiting Dorian Miller on the o-line.

Dorian Miller signed his National Letter of Intent yesterday with his family. 
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Dorian Miller signed his National Letter of Intent yesterday with his family. 

Head coach Kyle Flood announced 22 Rutgers recruits in his National Signing Day press conference yesterday. Rivals.com rates the class No. 42 in the nation. 
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Head coach Kyle Flood announced 22 Rutgers recruits in his National Signing Day press conference yesterday. Rivals.com rates the class No. 42 in the nation. 

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