A Rutgers athletic department spokesman confirmed Thursday that assistant coach Jimmy Martelli had left the program.
The conference announced the decision Wednesday after university presidents approved the new moniker earlier in the day.
Chris details the Phillies second straight loss to start the season, the fallout from Rutgers decision to fire men’s basketball coach Mike Rice, and NBC’s decision to replace Jay Leno with Jimmy Fallon. He also talks to Comedian Christopher Titus and to Author C.W. Anderson about his book, Rebuliding the News.
Fired Rutgers coach Mike Rice showed his abrasive nature very early in his career.
Rutgers has fired men’s head basketball coach Mike Rice, the school announced on Wednesday.
The Big East tournament will have a touch of a wake to it this week. When games end, there will be plenty of reminiscing about rivalries and talk of what is to come.
Building a college basketball program in a high-major conference requires time. It requires patience — especially if the school hasn’t been to the NCAA Tournament since 1991.
The Rutgers-Eagleton poll released Monday found that of those who plan to come back, 64 percent plan to stay as long as they had in past years, while 13 percent planned to stay even longer this summer.
Rutgers University is announcing a center named for the student who killed himself after his roommate used a webcam to see him kissing a man.
Economists at Rutgers University are estimating that Superstorm Sandy will have a net positive effect on New Jersey’s economy assuming the state pulls in at least $25 billion for recovery and reconstruction.
Rutgers University is letting students struggling to recover from last week’s superstorm take their classes on a pass/no-credit basis this semester.
If anyone has had the Scarlet Knights’ attention in recent year, it’s the Huskies.
Paralyzed former Rutgers player Eric LeGrand took part in the coin toss for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers game against the New York Giants at MetLife Stadium on Sunday.
His shirt was dark and damp from all of the sweat, and water was dripping from his nose and chin as if his head was under a running faucet. Still, John Reid couldn’t get enough of everything this side of torture those weeknights of personal training he was willing to endure.
It was a decision that had to be made, and Matt Galambos, Haverford School’s 6-2, 225-pound senior linebacker, is happy that he made it when he did.