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Rutgers football team quarantined after 15 players test positive

An on-campus party at Rutgers that several athletes attended may have led to the coronavirus outbreak that forced the entire team into a two-week quarantine, it was learned on Wednesday.

Ray Rice suspended indefinitely by NFL following video-release

Baltimore - Baltimore Ravens running back, Ray Rice, has been suspended definitely by the NFL following the release of a security video that clearly shows him assaulting his then-fiancee now wife, Janay Palmer, in Atlantic City.

Controversy drives Condoleeza Rice from speaking at Rutgers

New Brunswick - Bush-era Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has decided not to present this month's commencement address at New Jersey's largest university in the face of student protests.

Student guilty in Rutgers spying case

New Brunswick - The Rutgers student on trial for using a webcam to spy on a roommate who later committed suicide has been found guilty on all counts charged in the indictment.

Op-Ed: College Bowl Expert Picks Up-Dated

At the beginning of bowl season 2 experts, 1 writer and a furry 13 year old dog picked who they all figured would win the 34 bowl games for the 2009 season. With 15 bowls down it is time to see where everyone stands.

Scarlet Knights Lance UCF and the St. Petersburg Bowl

The St. Petersburg Bowl is only in its second season and is already shaping up to be a blow-out bowl game. This year saw the Scarlet Knights of Rutgers just shut down the University of Central Florida.

Let the Bowl Games Begin

The start to the 2009/2010 college bowl season is just over 24 hours away with three games this weekend and then just 3 days off through the BCS Championship Game.

Op-Ed: Clocking Ahead - a Look at North American Cycling Life as Studied

With the clocks turned ahead and a cooperative spring air, a look at bicycling as both passion and as trend. Are there differences between Canadians and Americans - and does it matter?

The Imus Outcome

Two weeks suspension from the airwaves was the penalty handed down to Don Imus this week for his racist on-air comments.

This will help Imus

The Rutgers controversy may be a good thing for Don Imus and women's college basketball.

Rutgers finds new level of success with win

No. 15 Scarlet Knights stunned No. 3 Louisville 28-25 on Thursday night in front of a sellout crowd of 44,111, the largest to ever watch Rutgers play at home.

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