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Rutgers Talent Experts Added to BTN

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The Big Ten Network added Rutgers experts to their Talent Roster this week.  With these experts will come a full day of programming dedicated to Rutgers Athletics. Rutgers FootballPhoto Credit: John Munson/The Star Ledger Joining the BTN are former Rutgers offensive lineman, Super Bowl champion and three-time NFL Pro Bowler, Shaun O’Hara, former More...

by Diane Quail | Published 1 week ago

Danielle D'Elia (center) back in 2013 as a gymnast at Rutgers. (Tom Ciszek / NJSportsPhoto)
By Diane Quail On Wednesday, July 16th, 2014
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Former Rutgers Gymnast Danielle D’Elia Looks to Help Program As New Assistant Coach

Danielle D’Elia (center) back in 2013 as a gymnast at Rutgers. (Tom Ciszek / NJSportsPhoto) Rutgers gymnastics promoted former volunteer coach and gymnast Danielle D’Elia to assistant coach for the 2014-2015 More...

Todd Frazier, right, and brother Charlie Frazier
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By Diane Quail On Tuesday, July 15th, 2014
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Former Rutgers Baseball Star Makes it to Home Run Derby Final

Todd Frazier stepped into the box after a 1-hour rain delay with a smile on his face.  The third baseman showed pure calmness at the plate, considering the rain and the cold. Todd Frazier, right, and brother Charlie More...

Buckeyes Head Coach Urban Meyer
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By Sal Soothsayer On Sunday, July 13th, 2014
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Ranking the Big Ten Positional Groups: The Coaches

There are three things that today’s college coach has to be able to do: understand and teach X’s and O’s, recruit, and motivate. These three factors were the measurables used in evaluating coaching More...

Kurtis Drummond 
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By Sal Soothsayer On Saturday, July 12th, 2014
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Ranking the Big Ten Positional Groups: Defensive Backs

Coverages are more complex and officials err on the side of the offense when making a bang-bang call. Want to be a defensive back in college football these days? Monday – Offensive Backfield Tuesday – Receivers Wednesday More...

Jake Ryan (47) leads a top linebacker group at Michigan. (Raj Mehta – USA TODAY Sports)
By Sal Soothsayer On Friday, July 11th, 2014
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Ranking the Big Ten Positional Groups: Linebackers

We continue our week-long analysis of the Big Ten by taking a closer look at the linebacking corps.   Monday – Offensive Backfield Tuesday – Receivers Wednesday – Offensive Line Thursday – Defensive More...

Ohio State's Noah Spence is one of the best pass-rushers in the country. (Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports)
By Sal Soothsayer On Thursday, July 10th, 2014
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Ranking the Big Ten Positional Groups: Defensive Line

We continue our week-long analysis of the Big Ten by taking a closer look at the defensive line, the best unit top to bottom in the Big Ten Conference.   Monday – Offensive Backfield Tuesday – Receivers Wednesday More...

Kaleb Johnson anchors the Rutgers offensive line. (Photo from ScarletKnights.com)
By Sal Soothsayer On Wednesday, July 9th, 2014
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The Pancake System – Ranking the Big Ten Positional Groups: Offensive Line

We are going to use a unique scoring system as we continue our week-long analysis of the Big Ten as we take a closer look at the Big Ten’s best offensive lines.   Monday – Offensive Backfield Tuesday – More...

Stefon Diggs of Maryland is one of the best receivers in the country. (AP Photo/Nick Wass)
By Sal Soothsayer On Tuesday, July 8th, 2014
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Ranking the Big Ten Positional Groups: Receivers

We continue our week-long analysis of the Big Ten by taking a closer look at the pass-catchers.   Monday – Offensive Backfield Tuesday – Receivers Wednesday – Offensive Line Thursday – Defensive Line Friday More...

Gary Nova (L.) and Paul James are the expected starters in Rutgers backfield. (Mandatory Credit: Jim O)
By Sal Soothsayer On Monday, July 7th, 2014
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Ranking the Big Ten Positional Groups: Offensive Backfield

The dog days of summer are setting in and we are now weeks, not months, away from the start of the collegiate football season.  For college football fans, summer is a time for debate, optimism and lists.  This More...