It is not the end of the world for Rutgers that negotiations with Greg Schiano broke down. But Athletic Director Pat Hobbs has to get it right with whoever he hires, otherwise his run on The Banks is probably over. Featured Photo: onthebanks.com
Two athletes, in different sports and at different stages of their careers share a similar fear. Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa and New Jersey Devils goalie Cory Schneider and the battle ahead. Featured Photo: espn.com
Matt Loughlin and Steve Tichenor welcome NJ Advance Media columnist Steve Politi to this week’s RU Review presented by Zebra Pen. The point spread in Saturday’s game against Ohio State is over 50 points! So we talked about what may be an imminent announcement that Greg Schiano has been named the newest head coach on... Read More
You know that Washington Nationals manager Davey Martinez and Houston manager AJ Hinch will be nervous tonight as their teams play game seven of the World Series. But there is one man who will have more butterflies in his stomach than Martinez and Hinch combined. Featured Photo: azcentral.com
On this week’s RU Review, sponsored by Zebra Pen, John, Matt, and Steve discuss the Scarlet Knights big win Saturday over Liberty. Eric LeGrand is back with impressions of his alma mater’s much needed win, and we speak with Conor Orr, staff writer for Sports Illustrated and The MMQB, for a deep dive into what... Read More
Bryan Felt, the Director of Athletics & Recreation at Seton Hall University, is our guest for this week’s podcast. So what’s the vibe like in his office and around campus now that Myles Powell and his teammates are about to open their much anticipated season? Bryan answers that question, and many more.
New York Post baseball scribe, Kevin Kernan is not surprised at all that the Nationals took World Series games 1 and 2 in Houston, and he tells John and Matt why they should not be either. He doesn’t pull any punches when talking about the Mets (managerial search, team, franchise in general), and sorry Yankees... Read More
We know. Rutgers is having another terrible football season. And now comes their final best-chance to win a game when they play Liberty at home on Saturday. But get off the players’ backs. They’re trying. They’re just not good enough. Featured Photo: wishtv.com