Rutgers Investigates Bullying Allegations

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    Rutgers defensive coordinator Dave Cohen watches his players warm-up Saturday, Nov. 16, 2013. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)

    Rutgers University has hired a law firm to investigate bullying allegations against a former football player against an assistant coach.

    University lawyer John Farmer Jr. had announced last week that he would conduct a review.
     
    But he has since recused himself from the case. University spokesman Pete McDonough tells the Star-Ledger that Farmer stepped down because he could be called as a witness in the case. He did not detail his involvement, though.
     
    Cornerback Jevon Tyree has said defensive coordinator Dave Cohen verbally and threatened to head-butt him last spring.
     
    Tyree quit the team on Nov. 6. He remains on scholarship for this school year.

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