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Rutgers tells NCAA ‘violations occurred’ in football

Rutgers University says “violations occurred” in its football program and is recommending self-imposed sanctions. The school released its response to an 18-month NCAA investigation that found seven potential violations. The potential violations focused on former coach Kyle Flood, a host/hostess program and inconsistencies with drug testing.

Backup quarterback Tylin Oden dismissed by Rutgers football

Backup quarterback Tylin Oden has been dismissed from Rutgers football program for an undisclosed violation of team rules. Coach Chris Ash announced the move late Tuesday afternoon, saying the Scarlet Knights wished him well.

No. 14 Washington uses big plays to rout Rutgers 48-13

Jake Browning threw for 287 yards and three touchdowns, John Ross caught two touchdowns and returned a kickoff for another score in his first game since the end of the 2014 season, and No. 14 Washington looked every bit a Top 25 team with a 48-13 rout of Rutgers on Saturday.

Rutgers star player Leonte Carroo slammed woman into concrete, according to complaint

Rutgers star wide receiver Leonte Carroo picked up and slammed a woman with whom he had been romantically involved into a concrete surface outside the football training center Saturday night, according to a complaint filed in Piscataway, New Jersey, municipal court and obtained by The (Hackensack) Record on Tuesday. The confrontation happened after Rutgers’ loss to Washington State. Carroo was charged with domestic violence and a disorderly persons’ offense and released on $1,000 bail. He has been suspended from the team. A fight between two women sparked the confrontation, sources told The Record. – (Hackensack, N.J.) Record

Luke Falk comes up clutch to lift WSU over Rutgers

PISCATAWAY, N.J. — The decisive moments in Washington State’s 37-34 victory over Rutgers on Saturday did not come when the Scarlet Knights aroused the ghosts of past Cougars losses with two go-ahead special teams scores in the fourth quarter.

WSU-RU: Projected Washington State starters

PosName#YrQBLuke Falk4So.RBGerard Wicks23So.XDom Williams80Sr.YRiver Cracraft21Jr.LTJoe Dahl56Sr.LGGunnar Eklund63Sr.CRiley Sorenson58Jr.RGEd Middleton73Jr.RTCole Madison61So.HRobert Lewis15So.ZGabe Marks9Jr.PosName#YrDEDarryl Paulo99Sr.NGRobert Barber92Jr.DTDestiny Vaeao97Sr.SLBIvan McClennan3Sr.MLBPeyton Pelluer47So.WLBJeremiah Allison8Jr.NBIsaac Dotson31So.CBDarrien Molton22Fr.FSShalom Luani18Jr.SSTaylor Taliulu30Sr.CBCharleston White4So.PosName#YrKErik Powell46So.PZach Charme95Fr.KRTavares Martin Jr. 12Fr.PRKyrin Priester1So.

2-minute drill

1 Keep Carroo in front. The Scarlet Knights run the ball more often than not. If the ground game has success, it will be difficult for WSU’s defensive backs to not let their eyes wander over to the Rutgers RBs. Playmaking receiver Leonte Carroo is too good at tracking and securing the football, and too good at sprinting away from defenders for the Cougars to keep him out of the end zone if he gets behind the defense. 2 Maintain gap integrity. There is an easy way to tell if WSU’s defense is doing its job against the Scarlet Knights: If you see two players in white jerseys occupying roughly the same area, that’s a problem. Against Portland State, WSU defenders frequently covered the same gap and Vikings ball carriers found and exploited the resulting open spaces. You can bet Rutgers will do the same.

Cougars expect their best against Rutgers

There are plenty of reasons to think Washington State could come out and beat Rutgers and end the season’s second week with a 1-1 record that prior to the season most fans would have considered reasonable, if not particularly exciting.

WSU football: Rutgers WR Leonte Carroo provides haymakers

PULLMAN – Leonte Carroo’s first-play touchdown against Washington State in the Seattle season-opener last year became an iconic moment, not only for the loss, but for the Cougars’ struggles defending passes all season. It was a routine play for Carroo, practically a tradition, since he has now scored a touchdown on his first catch in each of the last three seasons. So far this year all three of his receptions have ended in touchdowns, giving the senior a school-record 22 touchdown catches over 24 games (he played only special teams as a freshman).

WSU well aware of Rutgers WR Leonte Carroo

PULLMAN – Leonte Carroo’s first-play touchdown against Washington State in the Seattle season-opener last year became an iconic moment, not only for the loss, but for the Cougars’ struggles defending passes all season.

Coach Mele’s family, friends will be out to support Cougs at Rutgers

PULLMAN – Washington State assistant football coach Eric Mele engages players by comparing special teams to Special Forces, creating daily missions instead of goals and referring to his best players as “lieutenant.” So, it’s fitting that this weekend at Rutgers he’ll have his own army.

First Look: Washington State at Rutgers

First Look: Washington State at Rutgers When/Where: Saturday, 12:30 p.m.; High Point Solutions Stadium, Piscataway, New Jersey TV: ESPNU

Rutgers’ Kyle Flood to coach opener; 5 players arrested

PISCATAWAY, N.J. – Kyle Flood will coach Rutgers in its season opener against Norfolk State on Saturday despite an ongoing academic investigation and the arrest and suspension of five football players. Prosecutors on Thursday announced the arrest and charges against five players, including three starters.

In brief: Rutgers Kyle Flood awaits investigation, expects to coach opener

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: Rutgers coach Kyle Flood says he expects to be on the sidelineSaturday despite an investigation into whether he improperly communicated with a faculty member about the academic status of a player. Flood said Tuesday that his part in the investigation is complete after he spoke with officials Monday.

Cougars add Rutgers to football schedule

Wisconsin’s trip to Pullman has been delayed eight years, but Washington State announced an addition to its 2014 and 2015 football schedules. Rutgers will visit the Cougars at CenturyLink Field in Seattle on Aug. 29, 2014, WSU announced Wednesday.