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The Last Picture Show - the Finale

It is IMPORTANT that you read our article explaining the end of us administrating this site (rutgers.theinsiders.com).
The Last Picture Show - the Finale

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.

Clinics and Camps

Welcome to Jersey Kicking, your source for quality kicking, punting, snapping and holding instruction! Our #1 goal at Jersey Kicking is to give every athlete a sound understanding of key kicking, punting, snapping or holding principles. We accomplish this by breaking down each step required for a successful kick, punt, snap or hold. Then, with the help of our professional staff, you will build your own individualized technique to maximize your ability.
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Graduation

Some of the 2003 graduating Scarlet Knights
Graduation 2003

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Where are there now?

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Site Information

We have been bringing a lot of articles on-line over the last month. For those who are having problems accessing the archives, please click this link: Story Archive.

Please visit our Message Board. We will provide updates and information. We also like to start some interesting discussion.
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Recruit Information

Basketball and football aren't the only games Sean Singletary can play with aplomb. He's also pretty darn talented at possum.
After hinting all spring during a white-hot recruiting process that he would wait until the fall to make a college decision, Singletary, a 5-11, 175-pound senior-to-be at Penn Charter School, has put up both hands in stop-this fashion.
The winner? Virginia.
Singletary selects Virginia

Around Big East

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Finally, we have reached a defining moment in this ever continuing, ever expanding saga of the Atlantic Coast Conference's tug of war for three members of the Big East Conference, including Boston College. The presidents of the nine current ACC members will have a conference call tomorrow. They have three options.
Issue invitations to BC, Miami, and Syracuse.
Vote not to do that.
Or decide to postpone expansion plans.
Triple option for the ACC

As the business week resumes, so do the issues that confront the Big East and Atlantic Coast conferences.
Attorney Jeffrey Mishkin represents the five Big East plaintiffs - Connecticut, Pittsburgh, Rutgers, Virginia Tech and West Virginia - that sued the University of Miami, Boston College and the ACC. When reached by phone, Mishkin said he didn't anticipate any court action this week. It could be nearly three weeks before the defendants respond.
More machinations ahead in Big East-ACC flap

The Atlantic Coast Conference will move forward with plans that could lead to expansion despite facing a lawsuit by five members of the Big East, ACC commissioner John Swofford said Sunday.
A decision on expansion could come Tuesday.
"We are disappointed with the actions taken, particularly when one of the plaintiffs initiated a visit to our office last month and expressed a desire to join the Atlantic Coast Conference," Swofford said in a statement.
ACC plan to expand unaltered by lawsuit

Presidents of five Big East Conference schools say a lawsuit filed Friday against Boston College, Miami (Fla.) and the Atlantic Coast Conference was done in hope of keeping the Big East together.
The chances of that happening appear to be dwindling.
ACC presidents are expected to vote Tuesday on whether to formally invite Miami, Boston College and Syracuse. Seven of the nine ACC institutions would have to approve each new school.
Big East hopes to save league with lawsuit

Atlantic Coast Conference Commissioner John Swofford thinks a lawsuit aimed at disrupting the conference's expansion won't succeed because the league and schools followed proper guidelines.
"NCAA institutions are free to associate with other institutions that they deem most in harmony with their academic and athletic mission," Swofford said yesterday.
"The ACC has acted properly and legally throughout this process and is unaware of any conduct by Miami, Boston College or Syracuse that would violate the terms of their by-laws or that could bind them to the Big East against their will."
ACC commissioner says lawsuit doomed

Atlantic Coast Conference John Swofford thinks a lawsuit aimed at disrupting the conference's expansion won't succeed because the league and schools followed proper guidelines. "NCAA institutions are free to associate with other institutions that they deem most in harmony with their academic and athletic mission," Swofford said Sunday.
"The ACC has acted properly and legally throughout this process and is unaware of any conduct by Miami, Boston College or Syracuse that would violate the terms of their by-laws or that could bind them to the Big East against their will."
ACC commissioner says expansion will move on

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Around the nation

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Interesting Article

When Nike looks at LeBron James, they see a $100 million dollar investment who should sell millions of "LeBron" shoes before his NBA career is over.
When Cleveland Cavaliers, owner Gordon Gund thinks of James, he can visualize a chiseled 6-7 1/2, 245-pound, multi-dimensional star from nearby Akron who will be the next sure thing in the league and should sell out Gund Arena on a regular basis.
LeBron heads to new school

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