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There are over 600 high school players who are attending the Greg Schiano Rutgers Football Camp. Some of the players who are in attendance are Albert Young, Tre Timbers, and Pedro Sosa. There are a number of players who made the trip from Florida and Pennsylvania. We will be bringing some pictures on-line tonight. As always, stay tuned.

The remaining part of the Schiano interview will be bring on-line Tuesday to Friday (part 3 to 6). We are sorry for the delay.

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Women's Basketball

Aquisha Cahoe (Philadelphia, PA), Courtney Locke (San Marcos, TX) and Ksenyia Shneyder (Ukraine) have signed national letters of intent to attend Rutgers next fall and play on the women's basketball team, seventh-year head coach C. Vivian Stringer has announced.
Three Commit to RU Women's Basketball

Around the Big East

West Virginia University has submitted to the NCAA a report of alleged rules violations involving the men's basketball program and will declare four players ineligible, school officials announced Friday.
As a result of the university's internal investigation, one of the four players involved in the alleged infractions will be effectively banned from West Virginia athletics.
WVU submits NCAA self report, suspends four

Around the Nation

The Bowl Championship Series -- college football's lightning rod for controversy since its inception in 1998 -- is veering off in yet another direction on its elusive search for the perfect formula to provide a No. 1-vs-No. 2 national title game.
BCS coordinator Mike Tranghese (also commissioner of the Big East Conference) has notified the founders of the eight computer rankings that make up one fourth of the BCS formula that in order to be included in this year's rankings, the computers must no longer use margin of victory in their formulas.
At least one of the computer experts -- David Rothman -- has already declined to change his formula. Herman Matthews, founder of the Matthews/Scripps Howard rankings -- has followed suit.
Several pollsters expected to leave BCS

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