Video Interview: Anthony Farmer

The 2008 Star-Ledger college summer league features a number of players on the Scarlet Knights roster. Among them is RU's starting PG, a veteran and leader for the youthful Rutgers Basketball team: Anthony Farmer. At the conclusion of the Tuesday session, at the College Avenue Gym, caught up with Farmer to get his feelings on the league, the upcoming season, and more ...
July 24, 2008

Chandler, Farmer and Joynes on the season

Corey Chandler and Anthony Farmer reflect on the 2007-2008 Rutgers basketball season.
March 5, 2008

Anthony Farmer discusses the season to date

In the midst of a tough season for the Scarlet Knights, Anthony Farmer has had his best season. SOR sits down with the Rutgers point guard to discuss his campaign thus far.
February 19, 2008

Farmer Hits a career high in loss to Rider

Rutgers Junior point guard hit a career high 18 points against in-state rival Rider. However, it was not enough to defeat the visiting Broncos. Farmer discusses the game and the season with SOR.
December 22, 2007

RU evens up against Iona

At first glance, especially to an outsider, Rutgers 66-to-51 win over Iona to pull even at 5-5 and drop the winless Gaels to 0-8, might seem unremarkable. But with the win, the Scarlet Knights showed they may be starting to provide an answer to the most frequently-asked question about them heading into this year.
December 16, 2006

Local Kids Named All-Conference - II

N.Y., N.J. and Conn. natives have been named to four of six BCS' all-conference teams (ACC later): Big East, Big Ten, Big 12 and SEC with the bulk (logically) in the Big East. UConn's Hilton Armstrong is that league's Defensive Player of the Year and Eric Ferguson is the SEC Sixth Man of the Year.
March 8, 2006

Rugers/UofL Photo Gallery

Photo Gallery of Rutgers' victory over #22 Louisville.
January 28, 2006

Farmer Breaks Record

Rutgers' signee Anthony Farmer has had a stellar season for St. Augustine Prep. Though the Hermits lost last night, at the hands of Haddonfield, there was a bright spot to the gloomy ending.
February 20, 2005