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This Week’s Tweets Across Rutgers Campus

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Review of the Week’s Best Tweets

Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports

We know you are busy and staying on top of social media can be difficult, don't worry we got you covered....

If you are really far behind, here is last week’s top tweets.

Well, in case you didn't hear, the Patriots secondary had three interceptions against the Texans, all three of which were from former Rutgers players. Additionally, Mohamed Sanu hauled in a touchdown during the Falcons win over the Seahawks.

Bill Belichick said it himself, “Big Day for Rutgers”. Yes it was, check out our Scarlet Knights in the NFL Divisional recap article.

Janarion Grant is back, early enrollees signed, and classes began this week.

The announcement by Janarion Grant that he will be returning for the 2017 season was a great way to start the week. Grant is arguably the most dynamic player on the roster and Rutgers fans will have the opportunity to watch him for an additional year. Oh and now he has a legitimate shot at breaking the NCAA record for combined kickoff and punt returns for touchdowns. Currently there are eight players tied with eight touchdowns each. Learn more about this elite group of return specialists here.

Classes began this week, ANNNDDDDD early morning workouts........

2017 Mid-Year enrollees are signed and moved in. Checkout our scouting report on Micah Clark and Jamaal Beaty, as well as our scouting report on Sam Vretman and Brendan Bordner.

On a somber note, Head Coach Chris Ash has another role to fill as Assistant Defensive Backs Coach Aaron Henry took a new position at North Carolina State.

Yes, Rutgers Men’s Basketball is still looking for their first conference win, but Big Ten Network Analyst Jon Crispin thinks it will happen sooner rather than later.......

Could this be the weekend they get over the hump? We breakdown this weekend’s matchup against Nebraska and give a few reasons to be optimistic about our chances.

There were several video features on Rutgers basketball this week and we detailed them all here. You can watch a couple on the 1976 Final Four team right here:

Olympic sports continue to impress... and Rutgers Wrestling improved to 8-2!

One of the best goalkeepers in Rutgers men’s soccer history became a pro!

Addison Walkowiak was named B1G Diver of the Week!

Rutgers Athletes continue to give back......

The R Fund continues to release facility updates and announcements....

For more updates on the many things going on in the world of Rutgers Athletics, click here for our latest version of Knight Caps.