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Should Rutgers Coaches Campaign Against Bullies?
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Coaches vs Bullying – Not a Bad Idea for Rutgers? [POLL]

Rutgers has had two major homophobic bullying incidents in the past 3 years going back to the suicide of Tyler Clementi.

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Who is to blame for the Mike Rice Situation at Rutgers?
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Dancing with the Rutgers Stars?

The one thing the Rutgers press conference could have used was a dee jay. They really need music for all the dancing that went on. Perhaps Shaggy’s “It Wasn’t Me” as the blame was passed from the school to former Athletic Director Tim Pernetti, all the way down to the lawyers who disagreed with the firing of coach Mike Rice in November when the tape of his player bullying was made known to them.

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Tim Pernetti speaks to reporters outside his Oakland home
Tim Pernetti speaks to reporters outside his Oakland home (WNYW TV)
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Pernetti Gets $1 Million Payout [VIDEO]

Tim Pernetti will receive a $1.2 million payout from Rutgers University as part of the terms of his contract in the wake of yesterday's resignation.

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Rutgers University President Robert L Barchi addresses the media during a press conference at Rutgers University announcing the resignation of Athletic Director Tim Pernetti
Rutgers University President Robert L Barchi addresses the media during a press conference at Rutgers University announcing the resignation of Athletic Director Tim Pernetti (Andy Marlin/Getty Images)
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Rutgers Donors Feel Disrespected [VIDEO]

The burgeoning basketball scandal has cost Rutgers more than a popular, young athletic director, an interim general counsel, two coaches and a lot of embarrassment.

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Dr. Robert L. Barchi, President of Rutgers
Dr. Robert L. Barchi, President of Rutgers addresses the resignation of Tim Pernetti (WNBC TV)
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Tim Pernetti Steps Down As Rutgers Athletic Director [VIDEO]

Rutgers University Athletic Director Tim Pernetti has stepped down as university President Robert Barachi issues an apology to those who were offended by the Mike Rice video and explain his actions and those of Pernetti.

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Governor Christie talks about sequester in Jersey City
Governor Christie talks about sequester in Jersey City (YouTube)
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Reaction To Tim Pernetti’s Resignation

 

Tim Pernetti stepped down as Athletic Director at Rutgers University on Friday in the wake of the Mike Rice practice video. The action sparked reaction from a number of quarters.

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Rutgers University (Townsquare Media)
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Whistleblower Sues Rutgers In Abusive Coach Case

A former Rutgers University employee who made public the video that led to the basketball coach's dismissal and athletic director's resignation has filed a whistleblower lawsuit against the university.

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High Point Solutions Stadium at Rutgers
High Point Solutions Stadium at Rutgers (Rutgers University)
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Supporters Rally For Pernetti On Social Media

Supporters of embattled Rutgers Athletic Director Tim Pernetti are using social media and phone calls to rally last minute support.

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Why Didn’t Rutgers Basketball Players Come Forward? [POLL/AUDIO]

Former Rutgers Men's Basketball Coach Mike Rice was removed from his position Wednesday, months after he was suspended for his behavior, but the volcano of questions surrounding the abusive incidents continues to erupt.

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Rutgers University Athletic director Tim Pernetti
Rutgers University Athletic director Tim Pernetti (Elsa, Getty Images)
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Pernetti’s Job In Limbo [POLL/VIDEO]

It seemed a perfect fit when Tim Pernetti was hired as athletic director at Rutgers in April 2009.

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