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Michael Larrow dismissed from Rutgers; three other players leave team

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06:23 PM ET 05.27 | Michael Larrow has been in all sorts of trouble since setting foot on campus at Rutgers, and now his career with the Scarlet Knights is over. Larrow, a defensive end/tight end, was dismissed in early May but the news only became public on Monday. Larrow was arrested last summer following a physical altercation with a woman; she decided not to press charges. He was later suspended four games for a violation of team rules. When he had more disciplinary problems this spring, it was the last straw for head coach Kyle Flood. Larrow was arrested for yet another incident on Sunday, the details of which have not been released. Reserve offensive linemen Matt McBride and Jorge Vicioso, as well as punter Anthony DiPaula also are no longer with the team.

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May 27, 2013  07:20 PM ET

Boy, when it rains it pours. Scarlet Knights turning into Suicide Kings?

May 27, 2013  08:09 PM ET

Stop already with the Rutgers threads.

May 27, 2013  08:26 PM ET

Why can't they hire him to help with the basketball recruiting program?

May 27, 2013  08:52 PM ET

Rutgers got them some tuff somes-a-****

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May 28, 2013  09:28 AM ET
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How 'bout dem Knights, Big 10? Gonna make for some long days?

The B1G is trying to improve their standings in the Fulmer Cup, so Rut-ROH-gers is making an immediate positive impact.

May 28, 2013  10:56 AM ET

New Jersey. Two kinds of youngsters - Those who are looking for trouble, looking to mix it up, and those who are looking for a ticket out. Rutgers only has a shot at the former, methinks.

May 28, 2013  10:57 AM ET
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Fulmer Cup

May your pee be orange, Tennessee orange, and echos of Rocky Top rise up from the bowl as you're passing water.

May 28, 2013  11:56 AM ET
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May your pee be orange, Tennessee orange, and echos of Rocky Top rise up from the bowl as you're passing water.

That's a new one....

Guess you still carry a candle for The Great Pumpkin?

May 28, 2013  12:45 PM ET
QUOTE(#9):

That's a new one....Guess you still carry a candle for The Great Pumpkin?

May your bottom be beset with boils oozing orange puss when popped.

May 28, 2013  12:50 PM ET
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May your bottom be beset with boils oozing orange puss when popped.

I'd take that as a "yes" if I were you, WPS.

May 28, 2013  01:05 PM ET

Read this well, belly dragger and wild pig fans, Fulmer is your distraction. As a true Vols fan, I KNOW that the greatest part of success under his "leadership" is creditable to "Dangerous" Dave Cutcliffe and "Bad Boy" John Chavis.

You mess with the Big Orange fan, you get the Nehi.

May 28, 2013  01:47 PM ET
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May 28, 2013  03:25 PM ET
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As a true Vols fan, I KNOW that the greatest part of success under his "leadership" is creditable to "Dangerous" Dave Cutcliffe and "Bad Boy" John Chavis.

And Duke and LUS say "Thank You"

 
May 28, 2013  03:27 PM ET
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And Duke and LUS say "Thank You"

Guess I should have thrown in Ole Mess as well for their brief, but well-deserved "Thanks" for Cutcliff and at least one of the Mannings narrowly missing the orange scourge of UTK and getting to enjoy the "Friuts of the Grove"

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