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New Rutgers Basketball Coach Eddie Jordan Did Not Graduate From Rutgers, Contrary To What Everyone Has Been Saying
Eddie Jordan was chosen to replace Mike Rice as the coach of the Rutgers basketball team last month. The scandal-plagued university thought they had turned a page with Jordan, a well-respected coach on both collegiate and professional levels — plus, as a university alumnus, his hiring was the ultimate PR move. Unfortunately, for a school that claimed to do its due diligence over this hire, one potentially major detail was left out of the vetting process.
A street party that got out of hand near the Rutgers University campus drew the attention of police, who dispersed the crowd with pepper spray. One reveler, Rutgers junior Gina Barretti (pictured far left, and on the right), posted this photo to her Facebook page, showing her trying to face down a policeman with a Frisbee. Let’s see how that went for her …
Mike Rice is apparently still coaching. This time it’s a 12-year old girls AAU team. But don’t worry, he’s still flipping out on everyone. No joke. Details after the jump.
Kobe Bryant Would Have “Smacked The Hell Out Of” Mike Rice If He Was Subjected To The Rutgers Coach’s Bullying
Don’t act surprised, you guys.
Here’s what I got the last time I was “let go” from a job: an awkward phone call and a swift kick in the ass out the door. Ex-Rutgers athletic director Tim Pernetti did a little better.
Here’s Tim Pernetti’s Resignation Letter In Which He Blames Rutgers, And Not Himself, For Not Initially Firing Mike Rice
Rutgers found the end zone six times and cruised to an easy 48-0 win over North Carolina Central last night, but this sleeveless man was more interested in scoring some digits.
You always hear about how head coaches have to be “part CEO” because of all the non-game aspects of the job. Today, Rutgers beat reporter Keith Sargeant gave us a look at how the school’s football coach, Greg Schiano, manages being just that.
Given that it’s a major state school in the middle of one of the most talent-rich areas in the country, Rutgers’ men’s basketball team should be a winner. Well, they’re not, but in new coach Mike Rice, they have someone capable of making it happen.