Tejay Johnson, the former Rutgers football player who faces a long list of charges after being arrested Thursday, will enter a plea of not guilty, according to attorney Richard Lomurro. Johnson is charged with three counts of robbery, two counts of
Soon, Rutgers University will be memorialized as a very good college — before it became a football team, and before its football team, as per the decades-long norm of big-time college football, again feeds a local crime wave, as per Thursday's sweep
Want to know how favorable Rutgers' non-conference schedule seemingly became during college football's opening weekend? The Scarlet Knights' final three non-league foes all lost to opponents from the FCS (former Division I-AA) ranks. The most
I've got bad news for Scarlet Knights fans. Five Rutgers football players were arrested Thursday in connection to a string of home invasions in New Brunswick, N.J. that occurred in April 2015. Per MyCentralJersey.com:.
"He's definitely a captain out there. He doesn't have to be in pads. He's definitely helping me through it." Dan Duggan may be reached at email@example.com. Follow him on Twitter @DDuggan21. Find NJ.com Rutgers Football on Facebook.