The Week That Was's "The Week That Was" feature is designed to give readers a quick-read format to catch up on the major happenings from the last seven days. This is installment features multiple recruiting developments and Kyle Flood's postseason press conference.

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On the Gridiron

Rutgers assistants Dave Brock and Dave Cohen are both candidates for the vacant head coaching position at Delaware.

Rutgers coach Kyle Flood held his postseason teleconference this week with quarterback highlighting the 20-minute session with the media. Flood reiterated that Gary Nova would begin the spring as starting quarterback.

Flood announced a series of players unavailable for the spring because of injury. Defensive tackle Isaac Holmes (wrist), offensive lineman Matt McBride (shoulder) and fullback Sam Bergen (Shoulder) are all limited.

Freshman Ian Thomas moved from wide receiver to defensive back during bowl practices, Flood confirmed.

Ray Rice, Alex Silvestro, Devin McCourty, Justin Francis and Anthony Davis will all represent Rutgers this weekend in the NFL conference championship games.

In Recruiting

University School (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.) linebacker Skai Moore decommitted from Rutgers and plans to start over the recruiting process.

Jesuit (Tampa, Fla.) four-star tight end Travis Johnson told Rutgers is in his top three and that he is set for a Jan. 25 official visit. Johnson recently returned from a Cincinnati visit and will travel to Missouri before Rutgers.

N.C. State commit Jerod Fernandez is now solid to the Wolfpack, cancelling his Jan. 25 visit to Rutgers.

Syracuse commits Devan Carter (linebacker) and Augustus Edwards (running back) will both officially visit Rutgers following the departure of Doug Marrone to the Buffalo Bills.

Hargrave Military Academy (Suffolk, Va.) linebacker Lester Liston needs to "finish strong" on final exams this week to be fully qualified to enroll at Rutgers next week.

On the Hardwood

Rutgers basketball split its week in Big East play. By beating St. John's 58-56 at Madison Square Garden, the Scarlet Knights (11-4, 2-2) climbed to 41 in the RPI and grabbed its best conference record in nearly a decade.

Rutgers followed up its win over the Red Storm with a home loss to No. 21 Cincinnati. Falling 68-58, sophomore guard Elijah Carter struggled with a 1-for-11 shooting night.

The Scarlet Knights return to action Thursday night against South Florida.

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