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Women's Basketball

Twelve regular-season home games in addition to play in the preseason WNIT highlight the 2003-2004 Rutgers women's basketball schedule.
The Scarlet Knights will begin their season on Nov. 14 against St. Peter College in the first round of the preseason WNIT. Following the Preseason WNIT, Rutgers will make a two-game road swing, playing at Clemson on Nov. 30, and LSU on Dec. 2.
Preseason WNIT starts ambitious schedule for Rutgers women

Twelve regular-season home games highlight the Rutgers' women's basketball 2003-04 schedule that was announced on Monday.
Seton Hall's schedule includes a tournament in the Bahamas and a home game against defending national champion Connecticut.
Rutgers will host St. Peter's in its season opener on Nov. 14 in a Preseason WNIT first-round game. The Knights, who open their Big East season by hosting Virginia Tech on Jan. 7, have non-conference games at Clemson, Louisiana State, and Tennessee, and play Old Dominion and Ohio State at home. Connecticut comes to the RAC on Feb. 14.
Rutgers' women open vs. Peahens in WNIT

Men's Basketball

The Rutgers men's basketball team will open the 2003-04 season at the Louis Brown Athletic Center against Lafayette on Nov. 22, the start of a 27-game schedule announced yesterday.
The Scarlet Knights, 12-16 last season, play five of their first seven games at home, with Buffalo (Nov. 25) on the docket for their second game. Rutgers has home dates against Temple (Dec. 3), Monmouth (Dec. 6), Princeton (Dec. 13) and LIU (Dec. 20) as part of its non-conference schedule. The Scarlet Knights end 2003 by playing Northwestern in the opening game of the Sierra Providence Sun Classic on the campus of the University Texas-El Paso on Dec. 27. They will face either UTEP of Mississippi Valley State in the second round of the holiday tournament.
Rutgers men's basketball team open season Nov. 22

Non-conference games at Wisconsin and Penn State and participation in a holiday tournament in Texas highlight the Rutgers men's basketball 2003-04 schedule that was announced Monday.
The Scarlet Knights travel to Wisconsin on Nov. 29 and Penn State on Dec. 10. They face Northwestern on Dec. 27 in the opening of the Sun Classic at Texas-El-Paso. Mississippi Valley State and the host school complete the four-team field.
RU slate features Wisconsin, Penn St.

Rutgers announced its 2003-04 men's basketball schedule yesterday, which features a 16-game slate of Big East Conference games and 11 non-conference games (one more non-conference game will be announced at a later date).
The Scarlet Knights open the season on Nov. 22, hosting Lafayette. The home non-conference portion of the schedule also features games against intrastate rivals Princeton and Monmouth, as well as contests with Temple, Buffalo and LIU.
Rutgers men start Nov. 22 at home





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Virginia Tech football coach Frank Beamer saw his team's running game hit the wall last Saturday -- literally.
Junior tailback Kevin Jones, the Hokies' leading returning rusher, was injured at the 13:17 mark of the second quarter in a 43-0 home win over James Madison. Defensive tackle Demetrius Shambley shoved Jones after he had gone out of bounds and the tailback crashed into an adjacent wall located on the west side of Lane Stadium.
Brick wall stops Tech's Jones

Syracuse University's struggling defense will be without senior starters Josh Thomas and Jameel Dumas when the Orangemen play host to Louisville on Saturday at the Carrier Dome.
Head coach Paul Pasqualoni said Monday that Thomas and Dumas would miss the game because of injuries each suffered in Syracuse's 49-47 triple-overtime victory over North Carolina on Saturday. The school said each player injured his left knee.
SU defense suffers another body blow

There were times during his weekly news conference yesterday that Pitt coach Walt Harris sounded a lot like South Carolina's Lou Holtz.
"There are no 'take-it-for-granted games' anymore and every game is a struggle," Harris said, referring to the Panthers' matchup Saturday with Ball State. "All you have to do is look at the scores around the country and realize it can happen at any time. Ball State had a good game against Missouri last week and Missouri is[receiving votes in the polls]. I thought Ball State played them very well for most of the game
Panthers wary of Ball State

As he walked off the field at Beaver Stadium following Boston College's stirring 27-14 victory over Penn State Saturday, Derrick Knight was stopped by a Nittany Lion fan bearing a small parting gift. It was a blue button that read "BC is history," circulated among the crowd of 106,445 before the game by a local bank.
No one left out of Happy Valley victory





Around the nation

Ohio State running back Maurice Clarett faces an indefinite suspension, effectively ending his career with the Buckeyes, two Ohio television stations reported Monday night.
Clarett faces indefinite suspension

Members of the Bowl Championship Series' Presidential Oversight Committee met Monday in Chicago with presidents of schools that are not included in the BCS in what was described as a first step in trying to bring resolution to postseason football issues between the groups.
Council, critics open talks on future

Tulane president Scott Cowen began saber rattling in the spring when he referred to the six power conferences that have automatic berths in the Bowl Coaltion Series as a cartel. He also claimed the BCS was destroying college football by eliminating half of the eligible Division I programs from those $13 million payday January bowl games.
Cowen's point was this: Last year, the 63 BCS schools shared $104 million while the rest of the 117 Division I-A programs split $5 million.
BCS has upper hand vs. 'nots'

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