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This Week’s Tweets Across Rutgers Campus

Review of the Week’s Best Tweets

Mike Carter-USA TODAY Sports

Having trouble staying up to date with social media? Don’t worry we have you covered. Enjoy the week’s best tweets!

Several former Rutgers Football stars enjoying playoff runs......

I don’t know about you but I would love to see the Atlanta Falcons take on the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl, its a win-win for our NFL Knights, but lets get through the playoffs first. The New England Patriots take on the Texans, while the Atlanta Falcons take on the Seattle Seahawks. Check out our NFL Wild Card recap and Divisional Preview.

Women’s Soccer Continues to Impress

Lots of exciting news coming from Women’s Soccer this week, including Carli Lloyd winning FIFA player of the Year AGAIN! Meanwhile two more Lady Knights join the professional ranks.

Facility Upgrade Announcements Continue

Pat Hobbs went on the air this week to discuss all things Rutgers Athletics, including an update on the R BIG BUILD.

Among the closing points was the R BIG BUILD. It all started one year ago next week. Hobbs reiterated that they are just under $70 million. And he said the whole campaign is a “game changer”. And while he emphasized the new RWJBarnabas Health Performance Center as the centerpiece, he noted that the soccer-lacrosse center is already in the planning. He noted that there have been conversations with a number of alums and there will be some drawings out in a few weeks.

Rutgers Basketball Still Searching for first Big Ten Win but showing improvements

I know moral victories are somewhat frowned upon, but the Men’s Basketball Team has exceeded expectations and it is clear to those close to the program and fans alike that the program is finally in very good hands. Rutgers Men’s Basketball travels to Indiana to take on the Hoosiers Sunday, check out our game preview.

With National Signing Day fast approaching Rutgers Football News has been coming in waves

Rutgers Football new Offensive Coordinator Jerry Kill and Running Backs Coach Lester Erb has arrived on campus. Lots of recruiting news, and of course facility announcements.