PISCATAWAY -- Except for fumbling one exchange, quarterback Chirs Baker appeared completely at ease playing his old position as the Rutgers football team opened spring practice at its Busch Campus facility Friday. The Scarlet Knights' scout team quarterback in 2001, Baker was moved to wide receiver last year, during which time he itched to get back behind center.
Football: Baker eases in at quarterback during first day of practice - Courier News
Ed Glass a 6'2" scoring point guard from Jennings High School, St Louis, Missouri, arrived on Rutgers campus Friday after an official visit to the University of Mississippi. Glass who was considered one of the top 10 players in Missouri during his senior season played this past year at Kaskaskia Junior College, Centralia, Illinois. The following is from the Daily Mississippian and describes the alleged chaos that is now Rebel Hoops.
The Daily Mississippian - Three leaving hoops team, Pearson undecided
NCAA Tourney - Everyone punks out but "The 'Cuse"
Syracuse will play top-seeded Oklahoma tomorrow afternoon for a spot in the Final Four.
"The fact our conference was 8-0 didn't say as much as people tried to make out of it," Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim said. "And the fact that those teams got beat -- two of the three should have gotten beat. They were five seeds going against a one. But our league acquitted itself pretty well in postseason play."
Syracuse last remaining Big East team
Our best wishes to Bob Mulcahy who is recovery from surgery
Rutgers athletic director Bob Mulcahy will remain on a medical leave of absence until at least next week as he recovers from prostate cancer surgery, the school announced yesterday. Mulcahy, 66, underwent the surgery on March 19 at Morristown Memorial Hospital and has been out of work since then.
Rutgers: Mulcahy recovering from prostate surgery
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