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We chat with On The Banks' Kevin Recio about everything you need to know about Rutgers football. How do they feel about joining the Big Ten? Do they have a QB? A coach? A rival? A good place to eat when you visit campus? What do Buckeye fans need to know about the team this season?
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In 2013, Paul Carrezola recorded one catch for six yards at SMU (10/5) and started the season opener at Fresno State (8/29) at tight end and made one reception for 11 yards. He was named to the Pre-season All-American Athletic Conference Third Team by Phil Steele. Carrezola played both fullback and tight end at Rutgers.
Versatility and unselfishness are two words that can describe Rutgers safety Jeremy Deering. With the Scarlet Knight, Deering has played running back, receiver, and eventually safety. He also scored a touchdown rushing, receiving, and return touchdown. I guess add playmaker to his list of abilities too. Deering now enters the next phase of his football life, making his path towards the NFL Draft his May (8). Deering immediately made an impact at Rutgers appearing in all 12 games as a true freshman and finished as the team's second leading rusher with 352 yards as a quarterback in the Wildcat package. His sophomore season, Deering made the move from wide receiver to running back in spring drills. Deering also became the teams kick returner, returning 17 kicks for 530 yards and one touchdown. His numbers led the Big East and ranked fourth nationally with 31.2.
An Interview with the Associate Director of Client Services for Rutger's University Food Innovation Center. The Rutgers Food Innovation Center is a unique business incubation and economic development accelerator program, which provides business and technology expertise to startup and established food companies in the mid-Atlantic region.
AND THE MARXISM CONTINUES! The Phillipsburg Wrestlers are being sued by an African American Family (whose child was on the Paulsboro Team) claiming emotional suffrage. See NBC10 http://nj1015.com/lawsuit-filed-over-phillipsburg-wrestling-photo/. The punishing continues even after the boys apologized and admitted they never meant the photo to symbolize anything racist. They were punished by not being allowed to futher their efforts in the wrestling comptetion and suspended by the school district. The event started when the boys wanted to celebrate a victory and their moving on in the competition. They celebrated by hanging a dark brown leather(90 percent of the dummies manufactured in wrestling are that color-A FACT NOT MENTIONED IN THE ORIGINAL STAR LEDGER ARTICLE) dummy on a noose and one boy wore a hoodie. It was then posted on the net and was only meant to be a prank, never a racist statement. Paulsboro saw it and reported it to the Star Ledger (who put the adult spin on it and spread it around -callin it a racist statement). The newspapers then went and posted the students names (including the underage ones) all over the net. The students are being investigated by the NJ Civil Rights Division for Federal Charges on Hate Crimes. This is a law that does not apply to whites when whites are attacked by blacks .
CASE 2: CONDI RICE: "YOU CAN' SPEAK AT RUTGERS GRADUATION." ACADEMIC FREEDOM DENIED! The Rutgers University faculty council has passed a resolution calling for the school to rescind Condoleezza Rice’s invitation to speak at commencement. Rudolph Bell, a professor of history, "Academic freedom doesn’t guarantee the right to be a speaker or receive an honorary degree."
In light of the dust up at Rutgers involving new AD Julie Hermann, the GCL crew will discuss the Court of Public Opinion and how widespread outrage now has a huge impact on the decisions that university's and sports organizations make.
From the handling of the Penn State scandal to the firing of Mike Rice and Tim Pernetti, it seems that when the pitchforks and torches appear, administrations have no choice but to comply. So far, Rutgers is standing its ground with Hermann, but is that the best course of action? Joining us for the discussion to provide some historical perspective is sports historian Richard Davies from the University of Nevada, Reno.
Join us Wednesday at 7pm ET for A New View from the Sideline.
1A- Austin Trout vs. Canello Alvarez on April 20,2013.
1B- Danny Garcia on rematch with Amir Khan.
1C- Floyd Mayweather: "I'm going to bring it vs. Robert Guerrero.
2- College Sports
2A- Brittney Griner to the NBA???
2B- Lousiville beats Michigan for the men's NCAA title.
2C- Medical Coverage for College Players who suffer long term injuries???
2D- The Rutgers University fiasco.
3A- Joe Flacco to play Johnny Unitas
3B- Bills new QB Kevin Kolb on winning a Superbowl in Buffalo
3C- Victor Cruz and his contract???
3D- Pete Carroll's comments on Tim Tebow being a distraction to Mark Sanchez
3E- Jets/Buccaneers and the revis situation???
4A- Gary Payton and Bernard King inducted into the Naismith Hall of Fame
4B- Derrick Rose to come back this season???
4C- LA Lakers- Meta World Peace coming back 12 days after surgery on his knee??? Mike Diantoni "Lakers need Kobe on the floor"
4D- Forbes Article regarding Carmelo Anthony being one of the most overpaid players in the NBA.
Rutgers fifth-year senior safety Wayne Warren wrapped up his career with the Scarlet Knights this past season. Now Warren is looking to get a shot at playing professionally. Recently he was in New Orleans for a workout for the Saints where he impressed but left without a contract offer. Plenty of options remains for the talented safety. Warren, 6-1, 205 pounds, displays a knack for being around the ball. Excited to talk Rutgers football and what is in store next for Warren on the College2Pro.com Players Platform Show.
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That buzz you hear growing louder by the day originates in East Brunswick, where Rutgers team captain Tim Wright looks to light up his pro day! There are not many wide receivers in this year’s draft class who can compare to his size/speed combination. When watching Wright, you will notice smooth route-running, blended with sharp cutting ability, while displaying leadership qualities that every NFL team looks for in a player. Tune-in to this edition of the NFL Draft Bible Player Spotlight Show as Wright joins host Ric Serritella to discuss his Scarlet Knights experience, how he dealt with various adversities throughout his career and his dedication to the game, which has helped him land on the NFL Draft radar.
Marvin Booker maybe a long shot but he still has aspirations to make it to the NFL. After years of sitting behind talented LB's at Rutgers Booker finally made the transition to Defensive End where he felt more comfortable and coaches felt his athleticism and natural pass rush ability would help the team more.
Even though he doesn't have the stats he still believes there is a chance to make the scouts take notice at the Rutgers Pro Day which can give him a second chance to show why he deserves a chance to get into camp.
Aki "Euro" Jones will be joined by Marvin on this edition of the NFL Player Spotlight Show.
All-Big East First team safety Duron Harmon joins the NFL Draft Bible Player Spotlight Show to discuss his path to the draft. After turning heads at the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl, Harmon plans to stir up a buzz at the Rutgers pro day slated for March 13. Tune-in as host Ric Serritella goes one-on-one with the Scarlet Knights standout.