How to watch, listen or stream: No. 2 Michigan Wolverines vs. Rutgers Scarlet Knights
ANN ARBOR, Mich. — The No. 2 Michigan football team welcomes Rutgers for its Big Ten opener as the Wolverines begin their quest for a third consecutive conference title. Kickoff from Michigan Stadium is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 23 at 12:01 p.m. on the Big Ten Network. The Michigan vs. Rutgers matchup will be called by Cory Provus (play-by-play) and U-M alum Jake Butt (analyst), with Brooke Fletcher reporting from the sidelines; this is the same crew that handled last week's game against Bowling Green.
The best-kept secret in CFB? It might be Rutgers' defense (and coaching staff)
It may have been lost in what turned out to be a 52-17 final score, but few teams challenged Michigan’s offense last year better than Rutgers. The Scarlet Knights held the Wolverines to 5.6 yards per play, the third-lowest rate for Michigan all season behind its games with Illinois (5.16) and Iowa (5.28).
Jim Harbaugh returns to sidelines to lead No. 2 Michigan against Rutgers
Jim Harbaugh is back where he belongs — the Michigan sidelines. Harbaugh missed the first three games of the season because of a school-imposed suspension but will be back Saturday against Rutgers — his 100th game at his alma mater. The No. 2 Wolverines (3-0, 0-0 Big Ten)...
New Home Needed: Meet the Latest Adorable Pets Up for Adoption in Trenton, NJ
Interested in adopting a pet — or just looking at some adorable pets near you up for adoption? There are dozens of endearing pets up for adoption at animal shelters in and around Trenton.
New Home Needed: Meet the Latest Adorable Dogs & Puppie Up for Adoption in Bridgewater, NJ
Interested in adopting a pet — or just looking at some adorable pets near you up for adoption? There are dozens of endearing pets up for adoption at animal shelters in and around Bridgewater.
Langhorne Free TV & Electronic Recycling Event Returns, Offering Only Local Free Option
Get ready to clear out that clutter and get green! The Langhorne Free TV & Electronic Recycling event is making a triumphant return. Set your calendars for Sat, Sep 23, from 10am to 5pm. The venue? None other than the Habitat for Humanity ReStore, 1377 East Lincoln Highway, Levittown.
Mia Nonnenberg Joins Princeton Men’s Staff as Assistant Coach
Nonnenberg most recently spent the last two season as an assistant at Penn State. She graduated from Alabama in 2018. Current photo via Princeton Athletics. The Princeton men’s swimming and diving program has added Mia Nonnenberg to its staff as an assistant for the 2023-2024 season. “We’re delighted to...
H-Block Gang Member Found Guilty Of Double-Murder In Trenton Social Media Feud: Prosecutor
Tyzir Hamilton, 22, was convicted on all counts of the indictment on Thursday, Sept. 21, including two counts of murder, conspiracy to commit murder and weapons offenses, according to Mercer County Prosecutor Angelo J. Onofri. On Aug. 9, 2020, at approximately 7:30 a.m., patrol officers with the Trenton Police Department...
Mayor reprimands council members for meeting with boardwalk owners
At the Tuesday, Sept. 19 council meeting, during committee reports, Council President Doug Vitale mentioned that he and Councilman Mike Ramos had approached Jenkinson’s and discussed the situation surrounding the beach closings with the Storino family during the week, to which Mayor Paul Kanitra took exception. “Councilman Ramos and I met with the Storinos on Monday to discuss the beach closings and the residents’ dissatisfaction,” Mr.
Why Is There So Much Litter Everywhere in NJ, We Need To Do Better
We Need To Do Better. It is horrible the amount of trash I see just driving to work from Bayville to Toms River. How is this even possible for trash to be everywhere? Why is there so much trash around the fence all the time? Are people littering? Do people actually throw trash out their windows? Come on, please tell me that's not true. But, why else would trash be everywhere? The town will come by and clean it up, but in a couple of weeks it will be filled with paper, bags, and cans, once again.