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On a crisp fall afternoon in November of 1869, on a field in New Brunswick, Rutgers University beat Princeton in the first collegiate football game ever played. It wasn’t exactly football as we know it. Probably more like a cross between Australian rules rugby and Bavarian log rolling. There were no helmets, just a brown doily-looking thing they wore on their heads (if they wore anything at all). They drank warm beer and all had mustaches. And so did the men. Since then, sporting events in New Jersey have been second to none. From the Toms River Little League World Champions to the three-time Giants Super Bowl winners, New Jersey has been the go-to destination for fantastic games, matches, races and contests.


You’ve got your Giants and Jets at one end and the Eagles on the other. You have the Phillies here and the Yankees and Mets there. Maybe that’s what Ben Franklin had in mind when he described New Jersey as a barrel tapped at both ends. Wherever your loyalties lie, you have to agree that New Jersey sports fans are passionate. And lucky. In addition to the professional football and baseball teams we support, you can eNJoy hometown Nets basketball and Red Bulls soccer (Yes, we have a team named after an energy drink. What’s next, the Mountain Dew Devils?) Oh, and those would be the Stanley Cup Champion New Jersey Devils. We have eight minor league baseball teams and the Trenton Devils hockey team. Lacrosse, horse racing, auto racing, and golf.


Participation in New Jersey sports has never been higher. Triathlons, marathons, 5K races… surfing, bicycling, tennis and fishing. Our diverse terrain offers oceans, rivers, beaches, hills, mountains and flatlands.


And, of course, when the leaves are falling and the air turns cooler, you can still catch a Rutgers or Princeton football game. They no longer play each other but at least they don’t wear doilies on their heads.

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Eagles Agree To Terms With Entire Draft Class
by Chris McPherson
9 May 2018 at 5:00pm
On the eve of the rookies arriving in Philadelphia for the Rookie Camp, the Eagles agreed to terms on four-year contracts with the entire draft class: tight end Dallas Goedert, cornerback Avonte Ma...
RB Matt Jones: An NFL Up-And-Down Story
by Dave Spadaro
9 May 2018 at 2:58pm
The Eagles signed running back Matt Jones on Wednesday, adding him to a very talented offensive backfield and, long story short, taking a flier on a player who has had a startling fall from grace in his career. Will a new home and a new offense ...
Eagles Celebrate Super Bowl With Limited Edition Commemorative Wine
by PhiladelphiaEagles.com
9 May 2018 at 10:55am
In honor of the team?s first Super Bowl, Eagles fans will have the opportunity to celebrate the team?s unforgettable 2017 season with the launch of ?Championship Red,? a limited edition Central Coa...
New Jersey Devils

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New Jersey Nets

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NBA superteam rankings: Who has the most star power?
17 Aug 2018 at 8:31am
Who really has a superteam, and who's close to being the next one? We rank the top teams into tiers by star power.
Predicting where 2019's superstar free agents will sign
15 Aug 2018 at 9:57am
Our ESPN Forecast panel predicts where the top 2019 free agents will play in 2019-20.
How the East and West standings will look in 2018-19
14 Aug 2018 at 9:55am
Which teams will make the playoffs? Which are lottery bound? Our ESPN Forecast panel unveils its early win-loss projections for all 30 teams.
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Women's Basketball: Seton Hall 45 vs Rutgers 53, (F)
13 Dec 2016 at 7:00pm
Seton Hall @ Rutgers. Piscataway, N.J.
Men's Basketball: Fairleigh Dickinson vs Rutgers , 12/14/16 7:00 PM ET
14 Dec 2016 at 7:00pm
Fairleigh Dickinson @ Rutgers. RAC
Women's Basketball: Temple vs Rutgers , 12/17/16 2:00 PM ET
17 Dec 2016 at 2:00pm
Temple @ Rutgers. Piscataway, N.J.