We talk to Jerry Recco on Rutgers big win. Will the tournament drought end? Also, the Pirates have steadied the ship to make their own run. Great college basketball is happening in Jersey! photo: si.com
Steve and John talk Seton Hall Basketball with Radio Color Commentator Dave Popkin. How much does Sandro Mamukelashvili’s injury hurt the team? Can Rutgers take advantage at the Jersey Hardwood Classic? Listen Up!
Matt Loughlin joins us from Canada as we discuss the lost opportunity in Illinois and the difficult road ahead as Rutgers heads into a bye week. Also, Greg Schiano met with Rutgers officials. What was discussed and is a return going to happen?
We have reached week 10 in the league where they play for pay, and the Giants (2-7) and Jets (1-7) own 3 wins between them! The good news this week is that because they play each other, SOMEONE will get a W (they’re not going to tie right?). John and Steve preview the MetLife Bowl... 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
The Giants host the Arizona Cardinals Sunday setting up a match-up of rookie quarterbacks, Daniel Jones and Kyler Murray. Both teams have been able to put points on the board, but can either defense hold up their end of the bargain? On Monday night, the Jets look for revenge against the 6-0 Patriots. Sam Darnold’s... Read More
Matt, Steve and John discuss Nunzio Campanile’s challenging debut and another tough road game in Indiana. Also we talk to Zach Barnett from footballscoop.com about Joe Moorhead chances of coming to the banks.
photo- si.com PISCATAWAY, N.J. (Sept. 29, 2019) – Rutgers University Director of Athletics Pat Hobbs announced today that Head Football Coach Chris Ash and Offensive Coordinator John McNulty have been relieved of their duties, effective immediately. Tight ends coach Nunzio Campanile will serve as Interim Head Coach for the remainder of the season. “We appreciate Chris’s dedicated... Read More