The Last Picture Show - the Finale
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The Last Picture Show - the Finale
Clinics and Camps
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General Athletic Information
Rutgers University senior Nate Jones (Scotch Plains, NJ) has earned Preseason All-America honors (third team) from Athlon Sports. Jones was also rated the eighth-best kick returner in the nation by The Sporting News. Jones received the honors in the football yearbooks of the respective publications.
Nate Jones Named Preseason All-American By Athlon Sports
Knights in the Pros
Eddie Jordan, who as the Scarlet Knights point guard was the catalyst of the great Rutgers basketball teams of the mid-1970s, was named head coach of the Washington Wizards Thursday.
Most recently, Jordan served as the top assistant to New Jersey Nets coach Byron Scott and helped lead the Nets to consecutive appearances in the NBA Championship Series. Jordan has played an instrumental role in the dramatic rise of the Nets as an NBA power in the past two seasons.
Former Rutgers Great Named Head Coach of the NBAs Washington Wizards
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The Governor's Bowl and North-South all-star football games will be played as a doubleheader Saturday, July 12 at Rutgers Stadium in Piscataway. The North-South game, featuring all New Jersey players, will be at 1 p.m. The Governor's Bowl follows at 5 p.m., with New Jersey stars meeting a team of New York standouts.
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
Around Big East
With ACC university presidents tentatively scheduled to reconvene via conference call Tuesday, the next step in the league's prolonged expansion process will take place in court.
Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal, representing the five Big East schools that have sued the ACC, Miami and Boston College, has sent letters to the defendants asking for a scheduling meeting to be held, as soon as today, in state Superior Court in Rockville, Conn.
Big East Set To Ask for A Meeting
Connecticut's attorney general sent a letter Sunday to Miami, Boston College and the Atlantic Coast Conference, accusing them of delaying a lawsuit by Big East schools trying to stop ACC expansion.
"These efforts to slow the case are entirely at odds with the ACC's relentless, aggressive tactics and breakneck speed in raiding the Big East and seeking to induce defections," Attorney General Richard Blumenthal wrote.
Connecticut AG accuses ACC of delays in lawsuit
It looks like a 13-team ACC isn't the only way Virginia Tech could come aboard.
After Saturday's conference call among the nine ACC presidents, ACC Commissioner John Swofford said every expansion option is still on the table. One of those options is reportedly punting Boston College or, more likely, Syracuse in favor of Tech as part of a 12-team ACC.
ACC may drop BC or 'Cuse for Tech
The ACC's interest in Virginia Tech did not get more serious Saturday.
The ACC's nine presidents held a 2 1/2 -hour conference call in the morning, their first since deciding in a conference call Wednesday to put Virginia Tech back on the table as an expansion candidate.
Hokies playing waiting game
Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal said Sunday he will take steps to accelerate the lawsuit by five Big East football schools against the University of Miami, Boston College and the Atlantic Coast Conference.
Meanwhile, North Carolina chancellor James Moeser confirmed he is pushing his colleagues to invite only Miami in the ACC's plan to expand. At this point, it would be surprising if the ACC could get the seven yes votes needed to invite UM, BC and Syracuse.
Big East pressing its lawsuit
Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal said Sunday the Big East schools suing the Atlantic Coast Conference, Miami (Fla.) and Boston College over ACC expansion efforts are prepared to ask for a temporary injunction to block the move if the ACC presidents vote to expand.
The ACC presidents are expected to talk again via teleconference Tuesday. Four calls among the nine in the last two weeks have failed to generate the seven votes required to pass expansion, but Blumenthal said the Big East schools are "prepared to act if necessary" and ask Connecticut Judge Samuel Sferrazza for an injunction if expansion passes.
Suing schools to request injunction if ACC votes to expand
Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal sent a letter yesterday to attorneys representing Boston College, the University of Miami and the Atlantic Coast Conference, accusing them of using unfair tactics to delay the progress of the lawsuit filed by the Big East to stop the ACC's expansion efforts.
He cited three specific examples of recent attempts by the defendants to "postpone any meaningful proceeding" in the case and said the actions were "entirely at odds with the ACC's relentless, aggressive tactics and breakneck speed in raiding the Big East."
Big East supporter decries ACC tactics
Bob Mulcahy doesn't like the idea of Big East football without Miami as its marquee team. But he prefers that scenario over a crippled Big East Football Conference -- which is what would happen if the Atlantic Coast Conference is successful in raiding three (or more) of the league's schools.
Mulcahy tells ACC: Take only Miami
The five Big East schools suing fellow members Boston College, Miami, and the Atlantic Coast Conference to prevent the ACC from annexing its members are prepared to file for a temporary injunction to prohibit any ACC vote to expand, Connecticut attorney general Richard Blumenthal said yesterday. He also accused BC and Miami of reneging on commitments to remain with the Big East.
Injunction could slow ACC vote
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