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VIDEO: Why Does Former Gov. Codey Want Rutgers Athletic Director's Resignation?

My9's Chasing New Jersey followed the story - what do you think?

Senator Richard Codey has recently been very outspoken calling for the resignation of Rutgers University Athletic Director Julie Hermann, according to My9. He said that Hermann is surrounded by controversy and adding to the negative headlines that Rutgers has had over this past year.

What do you think? Let us know in the comments.
Dentss Dunnagun April 22, 2014 at 11:53 AM
To answer your question .......She cut off his free tickets to R's football games .....
The Stig April 22, 2014 at 01:10 PM
Dickie also can't stand not seeing his name in the paper once a week, so he'll be "for" or "against" something just for the sake of issuing a press release. Sending out a camera crew to interview him just enables him further. Forty years and counting. He's the poster child for Term Limits.
Mac April 22, 2014 at 03:26 PM
the only difference I see between Codey and Christie is that one is wearing an orange cone and the other one is still renting them out at will - regardless, the longer Julie Herrman remains at Rutgers, the longer Rutgers's integrity is going to be under a public cloud
Clyde Z April 23, 2014 at 07:59 AM
her hiring was a joke, I mean they said they did a background check: must not have used Google search because they've listed her troubles before her hire at Rutgers. Not to mention that she "lied" on her application. I've had co-workers fired after a month, months and in another case years after their hire due to lies on their application. Hermann's lies could/should have been cought by simple 10th grade investigation


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