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Rutgers Head Coach Mike Rice
Former Rutgers Head Coach Mike Rice (Chris Trotman, Getty Images)
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NJ Bill Would Cap Payouts for Problematic Public Workers [AUDIO]

Including health benefits, pensions and some other perks, Rutgers University paid out a combined total of almost $2.1 million to athletic director Tim Pernetti, lawyer John B. Wolf (resigned) and basketball coach Mike Rice (fired).

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Rutgers mens basketball head coach Mike Rice
Former Rutgers mens basketball head coach Mike Rice (Chris Trotman, Getty Images)
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Rutgers Reaches Settlement with Mike Rice

Rutgers University says fired men's basketball coach Mike Rice is receiving $475,000 under a settlement agreement.

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Rutgers President Dr. Rober Barchi
Rutgers President Dr. Rober Barchi (Andy Marlin/Getty Images)
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Rutgers President Barchi to Answer Budget Questions

Rutgers President Robert Barchi is set to go before an Assembly budget panel, when he may be asked about payouts given to three university officials ousted during a basketball coaching scandal.

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Eddie Jordan (Getty Images)
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Rutgers, Eddie Jordan Still Working On Coaching Deal

While Eddie Jordan and Rutgers worked to make him the head of the university's scandal-marred basketball program, there was more bad news for the Scarlet Knights.

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Rutgers President Dr. Rober Barchi
Rutgers President Dr. Rober Barchi (Andy Marlin/Getty Images)
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The Rutgers Basketball Scandal – Was it Handled Properly [POLL]

Yesterday I told you about the “gift that keeps on giving” regarding former Rutgers basketball coach Mike Rice, and how, in addition to his Rutgers job, had been coaching a girls’ AAU basketball team, among which is his own daughter; and how he was seen by one blogger as acting in “over the top” despite having the support of most of the parents.

Today, a Monmouth University/Asbury Park Press poll suggests that Rutgers got good grades in handling the scandal i

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A Rutgers Alumni has put a petition together to reinstate Mike Pernetti as AD
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Alumni Starts Petition to Reinstate Tim Pernetti as AD of Rutgers University [AUDIO]

Rutgers Alumni Andy Sisti has started a petition to reinstate Tim Pernetti as Athletic Director at Rutgers University after Pernetti stepped down in the wake of the Mike Rice scandal.

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Rutgers Right To Fire Mike Rice, NJ Residents Say [AUDIO]

Despite firing him, Rutgers is still reeling from the release of video footage showing men's basketball coach Mike Rice throwing basketballs at his players, kicking them and yelling profanities and homophobic slurs.

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Chris Trotman, Getty Images
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Mike Rice Coaching a 12-Year-Old Girls AAU Team – Would You Let Him Coach Your Kids? [POLL]

This is like the “gift that keeps on giving!”

The story of Mike Rice, former Rutgers basketball coach, seen in a video leaked to ESPN verbally and physically abusing members of his team.

We now learn he’s been coaching a girls’ youth basketball team, and according to reports, it’s okay with some of the parents of the players

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Bob Hurley Sr. Would Consider Coaching at Rutgers

Hall of Fame coach Bob Hurley of St. Anthony's High in Jersey City, N.J., would consider taking over the Rutgers basketball program on a caretaker basis for a year or two.

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Rutgers Officials Address Scandal [AUDIO]

The Rutgers Board of Governors on Thursday held its first meeting since the dismissal of men's basketball coach Mike Rice.

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