Schiano pointed to the "R" emblazoned on a nearby Rutgers University football
helmet. "I knew the one I wanted," the Scarlet Knights third-year coach said.
"The non-traditional block R. Do you know what makes that a non-traditional
block R? The line on the bottom. You have to get that custom made."
Football: Rutgers' Schiano involved with marketing
Sports Illustrated article detailing the battle between big-time athletics and
academics raging at Rutgers University hardly ruffled feathers on campus.
Athletics Director Robert Mulcahy was in good spirits at Friday's practice and
Scarlet Knights football coach Greg Schiano was encouraged by the national
Football: Rutgers notebook
Big East Football
While Temple was uncertain
where it would play its home football games this season, Owls quarterback Mike
McGann and his receiving corps dismissed the controversy by making sure they met
on the practice field in preparation for their August camp.
Philadelphia Inquirer | 08/20/2003 | Summer was no breeze for Temple quarterback
MORGANTOWN -- There
continues to be a series of nagging injuries to starters at West Virginia
University's football practices.
Yet the Mountaineers have yet to suffer a catastrophic, out-eight-weeks type of ailment in their 2003 preseason. The timing of that is good with the Aug. 30 opener against No. 21 Wisconsin just more than a week away.
Charleston Daily Mail
O'Neil Scott bore the horns of a scapegoat on a lousy Syracuse University defense where there was plenty of blame to go around.
The junior free safety from Woodrow Wilson High School in Camden, N.J., was an easy target. He played a position exposed for all to see. He replaced Quentin Harris, a four-year starter who was a coaching favorite and media star. He was surrounded in the secondary by three seniors and returning starters.
Simmering Scott Still stung by criticism, safety rebounds
Pitt junior Marcus Furman has the athletic ability and overall talent to be an excellent college football player.
Football: After several position changes, Pitt's Furman has found a home
In less than a week, the wait will be over for junior transfer quarterback Brock Berlin, who gets to direct the University of Miami offense as the starter, three years after leaving Shreveport (La.) Evangel Christian Academy as USA Today's and Gatorade's national player of the year.
The Miami Herald | 08/23/2003 | Berlin's Brock party
Paul Peterson traveled a
great distance from Snow College in Ephraim, Utah, transferring to play
quarterback at Boston College.
Boston.com / Sports / College / Football / A driven quarterback
College football was living
high in January: A thrilling championship game with no controversy about its
participants capped a season full of excitement. Then came the off-season.
Football preview: Season begins amid changes, controversies
Plainfield's Anthony Davis isn't the only local player making a name in a
Division I-A football program. But the University of Wisconsin junior definitely
is the most well known.
Football preview: Plainfield's Davis heads talented crop of locals who figure to have big collegiate
Jersey High School Football
Bayonne High eagerly awaits
the debut of quarterback Ken Jaworski.
Last year he wasIn a perfect world, he was the backup signal caller to precision-passer and field general Shawn Ellerson, who guided the Bees to their first NJSIAA Group IV, Section 1 Tournament championship.
Bayonne abuzz over new QB
The great expectations for
the Don Bosco football team have officially begun.The Ironmen, The Record's
top-rated team last year after a 12-0 season, have been ranked No. 6 in the
nation in USA Today's preseason poll, the only New Jersey team in the Top 25.
North Jersey Media Group
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