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Topic - Kyle Flood
Rutgers dismissed quarterback Philip Nelson from its football program after he was charged in an assault that left another man critically injured, while authorities announced Tuesday that a second suspect has been arrested.
A Muskogee man claims he acted in self-defense when he shot and killed a man during an alleged robbery of his neighbor's home.
Kyle Flood was more interested in discussing the football players coming to Rutgers for its first Big Ten Conference season than the ones who walked away.
If Rutgers had been off on the first weekend in October last season, the school might have lured former Maryland coach Ralph Friedgen out of retirement a lot earlier.
The Scarlet Knights' new offensive coordinator spent 10 seasons at Maryland, posting a 75-50 record. He was fired in 2010 despite leading the Terps to a 9-4 record.
A law firm's investigation has determined that a former assistant football coach for Rutgers did not bully a former player and there was no retaliation against the player.
Rutgers is dealing with another issue involving a coach's treatment of a player.
The job has never been more difficult. The rewards have never been greater.
Rutgers has turned to assistant Kyle Flood to replace Greg Schiano as the team's head coach, hours after Florida International's Mario Cristobal passed on a chance to take over the Scarlet Knights.
Rutgers head football coach Kyle Flood announced Nelson's dismissal Tuesday in a statement.
Sunday with first- and third-degree assault in his connection with an attack that left a former linebacker fighting for his life, football coach Kyle Flood announced Tuesday.