This is a very Rutgers sentence: "The chancellor wasn’t available until the weekend, so Mulcahy set up a meeting at noon on Sunday."
No spring football. No summer training camp. No cupcake in the opener. The Big Ten is back, and getting a team ready to play from a work-in-progress roster will be Greg Schiano's biggest challenge yet at Rutgers. Column: https://t.co/XSglRjCQV8
Can you imagine a December "bonus" game between 0-8 Rutgers and 0-8 Illinois?
As I reported on Rutgers Sports Insider earlier today, Barry Alvarez says there will be a week of consolation crossovers alongside the Big Ten title game.
It's hard to keep track of everything now that I'm following electoral college projections, fantasy football results and Big Ten president's votes. I'm pretty sure if Saquon Barkley scores twice tonight, Biden wins Pennsylvania and Rutgers hosts Nebraska on Oct. 17.
Rutgers: Leading the Big Ten in sanity (not insanity).
Jonathan Holloway has a clear vision for what he wants from Rutgers athletics as the university's new president --and it's a good one. Here's the column off my wide-ranging conversation with him this week: https://t.co/PJfNVX1TRa
At least we're down to brass tacks: The schools that voted not to play in the fall should change their vote so Ohio State can chase a national championship. Got that, Illinois/Indiana/Maryland/Michigan State/Michigan/Minnesota/Northwestern/Penn State/Purdue/Rutgers/Wisconsin?
Worth a read for Giants/Rutgers fans.
He’ll be able to make appearances at Rutgers games this — never mind
I've ignored a bunch of these, but seeing a former Rutgers head coach amplifying/celebrating the professional con artist who tried to destroy the man responsible for his entire career ... well, it's 2020, that's what it is.
For the first time since 1871 -- Ulysses S. Grant's administration -- football won't be played on the Rutgers campus this fall. I have a bunch of thoughts, starting with this one: This is simply depressing as hell. https://t.co/mqu7P8Va4E
Familiar name for Rutgers fans ...
NIU AD Sean Frazier says his family's lost loved ones to COVID-19: "It's real. No 1 wants to have football or sports more than me. Fb gave me all the opportunities I have today but I can't do it at the expense of people's lives. I can't do that & I won't do that. Not on my watch”
Teddy is as dialed in as anyone. He is reporting that the Rutgers situation has impacted the B1G commish’s thinking — as it should.
These decisions are made on a conference level. That said, if the Big Ten forges ahead and the situation doesn't improve, Rutgers will have a decision to make.