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Rutgers Football Coach Discusses Future for Scarlet Knights

Chris Ash is the new head football coach at Rutgers. Previously, he was defensive coordinator at Ohio State.

Partnership Teaches Kids Importance of Nutrition and Exercise

Barnabas Health and the New Jersey Devils are partnering up to provide education about athletics and nutrition to kids in an effort to create healthier lifestyles.

NJ Devils Retire Martin Brodeur’s Jersey

The New Jersey Devils retired the jersey of Martin Brodeur, celebrating the career of arguably the greatest goaltender of all time.

Super Bowl 50’s New Jersey Connections

The Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers will face off Sunday in Super Bowl 50. One of the Panthers' players is from New Jersey and the team's motto "Keep Pounding" came from another New Jersey native.

Olympians Weigh Threat of Zika Virus for 2016 Games

With the threat of the Zika virus being spread by mosquitoes in Brazil, those planning to compete in the Summer Olympics are thinking about ways to protect themselves.

No Separation for Public and Private High School Football and Wrestling

State Education Commissioner David Hespe overturned a ruling that would separate public and private schools into their own conferences for football and wrestling.

Rutgers Names New Head Football Coach

Chris Ash was named as the new head coach of Rutgers football following the firing of coach Kyle Flood after a season filled with scandal. Ash is defensive coordinator at Ohio State, and is credited with boosting the Buckeyes’ scoring defense to second in the nation.

Rutgers Football to Undergo Major Changes After Head Coach Fired

Rutgers sacked embattled football Coach Kyle Flood after his Scarlet Knights went 4 and 8 this season.

Bill Throws Red Flag on Redshirting

A bill sponsored by Senator Codey would penalize redshirting by making kids who repeat sixth, seventh or eighth grades — despite being academically proficient — eligible for only three consecutive years of high school sports.

New Guidelines for Youth Soccer to Protect Young Brains

New guidelines from the U.S. Soccer Federation will drastically change how youth come in contact with the ball. The organization released new safety measures in an effort to prevent head injuries on the field.