Rutgers to host Big Ten Championships in 2020

Rutgers will continue its annual series with Princeton in 2018-19 and the Tigers wrestle Rider every year, so all there should be a full triangle between the three in-state Division-1 programs this coming season. The Scarlet Knights have won the last five meetings between the teams, but Rider holds a 12-7 series advantage.

Rutgers’ full schedule is not complete ( the Big Ten matchups can be found here ), but some other highlights:

Late Friday, citing the fact that many players would not be in attendance, the team contacted the White House again, and attempted to reschedule the event. The president, however, had already announced that he would be traveling overseas on the dates the Eagles proposed. The White House, despite sensing a lack of good faith, nonetheless attempted to work with the Eagles over the weekend to change the event format that could accommodate a smaller group of players. Unfortunately, the Eagles offered to send only a tiny handful of representatives, while making clear that the great majority of players would not attend the event, despite planning to be in D.C. today. In other words, the vast majority of the Eagles team decided to abandon their fans.

A list of 81 individualsmay have been a case where the Eagles cleared the entire roster to give them the option to attend or not. But the group that was reportedly ready to go was down to just two or three players, team owner Jeffrey Lurie, and the mascot.

Since early May of 2017, the Jets have six player arrests: two for Donahue, one for Herndon, two for wide receiver Robby Anderson, and one for cornerback Rashard Robinson.

One of Anderson’s cases has been completely dismissed. He faces just a misdemeanor reckless driving charge in connection with the other. The legal situations for Donahue, Herndon, and Robinson are still active.

Former 49ers owner Eddie DeBartolo — who held a get-together for Clark with family and friends a month ago — released a statement Monday, via Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times :

My heart is broken. Today, I lost my little brother and one of my best friends. I cannot put into words how special Dwight was to me and to everyone his life touched. He was an amazing husband, father, grandfather, brother, and a great friend and teammate.

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