PISCATAWAY, N.J. (AP) -Two-time All Big East safety Courtney Greene will to Rutgers return for his senior season.
``There is unfinished championship business for us to take care of here at Rutgers,'' Greene said Monday in announcing his plans to play and to finish work on his degree.
Greene ranks eighth in school history in career tackles with 299. He led the Scarlet Knights with 101 tackles this past season.
``I look forward to big things from Courtney as a leader both on and off the field next season,'' coach Greg Schiano said.

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