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The Last Picture Show - the Finale

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Touchdown Club meeting

June Meeting - The next General Membership Meeting will be held on Monday, June 2nd at 7PM at the Hale Center, 3rd floor. Doors open at 6PM with the usual refreshments. This meeting is a great opportunity to join the club or to renew your membership for 2003 if you have not already done so. Coach Schiano will be our featured speaker and he will give us a recap of the Spring practices, the items that our players are working on over the summer months, and a preview of the 2003 campaign. Coach Schiano will also speak about the Hale Center construction project and its impact on the football program. As always, it is a great place to meet your fellow Scarlet Knight fans and to do some early bowl game planning!
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Court Club Meeting

The Final Court Club meeting of the year will take place at 7PM on Monday, June 16, 2003, at the Hale Center. Rutgers Men's Coach, Gary Waters, will be there to wrap up the past season and give you an eye to the coming year. Be sure to be a past of the team behind the team, THE RUTGERS COURT CLUB.

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Nominations are now being accepted for the Rutgers Football Hall of Fame Class of 2003.
Nominations Now Being Accepted for Rutgers Football Hall of Fame

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Rutgers junior Vinny Esposito made it back into the lineup Saturday at the NCAA baseball tournament, and left no doubt about the vision in his right eye.
Rutgers bounced back, too.
Once, anyway.
The Scarlet Knights staved off elimination with an 8-5 victory over Jacksonville but couldn't sidestep extinction twice. A 17-7 loss to Florida State, the top seed in the 64-team field, ended Rutgers' season in front of 3,288 at Dick Howser Stadium.
A win, then a loss, and RU goes home



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Two of the CVC’s top senior stars -- 1,000-yard rusher and Rutgers recruit Orlando Kane of Lawrence and Fuzzy Falzone, Lineman of the Year award- winner Brian McGuiire of West Windsor South, won’t be with the CVC stars since they’ve been picked to represent Mercer in the Coaches North/South Game to be played at Rutgers July 11.
READY TO SHINE:Area stars set for Sunshine Bowl

Around Big East


Atlantic Coast Conference commissioner John Swofford headed a delegation that arrived at Boston College on Sunday to tour the school.
Chris Cameron, a spokesman for BC athletics, said the ACC delegation was scheduled to tour school facilities and meet with academic, athletic and administrative personnel during a two-day visit.
ACC delegation visits Boston College

After a two-day visit to Miami that included an hour-long meeting with school president Donna Shalala, ACC officials seemed ready to offer the Hurricanes an official invitation to join the conference.
It could happen next week, but probably not until the Big East gets a chance to convince the Hurricanes to stay.
Shalala to meet with Big East as ACC move looms

As Atlantic Coast Conference officials wrap up their site visit at Boston College today, the buzz continues to grow in the school's athletic department about the anticipated departure from the Big East with Miami and Syracuse. While much of the focus has been on how the football and basketball programs would be affected, the projected shift to the ACC would have far-reaching repercussions -- some good, some not -- on the school's other programs.
''You mean the real sports?'' soccer coach Ed Kelly said with a laugh.
BC may look trim in ACC







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Around the nation

Imagine the imminent conference shakeups as a card game.
University of Memphis athletic director R.C. Johnson sits at the table representing the Tigers, a man who likes the look of his cards, pausing occasionally to take a sip from a glass half-full and say, "I think we've got an awful lot going for us."
Is he right? Will it be enough?
U of M officials optimistic

Penn State backup quarterback Gregory Hennigar was killed after his car hit a parked tractor-trailer over the weekend.
Penn State backup QB killed in car crash

A horde of dominoes would have to fall just right, but there is a growing concern nationally that ACC expansion would trigger a restructuring of the NCAA that ultimately could topple college basketball's March Madness.
Some conference and school officials around the country believe the ACC's growth from nine teams to 12 would prod the Big Ten and Pac-10 to expand to 12 teams, too. Along with the SEC and Big 12, that would produce five "superconferences" of 60 teams.
ACC expansion might lead to restructured NCAA

Interesting Article

As the University of Miami mulls an exit from the Big East Conference, Rutgers professors hope New Jersey's state university will consider a departure of its own from Division I-A athletics.
The potential departure of Miami, Syracuse University and Boston College to the Atlantic Coast Conference has thrown the Big East into turmoil and sparked new questions about the unsavory influence of money in intercollegiate athletics.
The addition of the three schools -- led by football powerhouse Miami -- would create a two-division ACC that could sponsor championships that carry lucrative television contracts.
Big-time ball: Time for Rutgers to punt?

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