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Part 3 of 6 of the Schiano interview is on-line. The remaining parts of the interview will be brought on-line during the rest of the week. We are sorry for the delay.

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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. We have some pictures on-line from the camp. Click: Greg Schiano Rutgers Football Camp

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Men's Basketball

New Jersey may soon witness its own version of the college basketball Fab Five.
Four North Jersey seniors and Delaware's reigning Player of the Year are considering attending Rutgers for the 2003-4 season and their decision may be known in the coming weeks.
Paterson Catholic's Marquis Webb and Seton Hall Prep's Jamar Nutter said this past weekend that they, along with PC center Darryl Watkins, St. Anthony forward Terrence Roberts, and Sanford (Del.) forward Will Sheridan, might commit to Rutgers. The group, which plays AAU basketball on the T5T Playaz, would draw comparison to Michigan's Fab Five headed by Chris Webber and Jalen Rose 11 years ago.
Fabulous news for Rutgers

Football - High School

Former Willingboro High School running back Cornell Brockington found out the hard way that cars are not as easy to run over as linebackers.
Last week, right after Brockington and the rest of his classmates graduated, Brockington broke his wrist after the car of a fellow classmate struck him. As if the injury wasn't bad enough, it almost prevented him from participating in the New Jersey North-South Football All-Star Game, which will be played Thursday night at Rutgers University.
Burlco all-stars have something to prove

He gave up an entire football season in 1999, realizing that he might never reach his potential on the gridiron as a result.
Sure, Montclair running back Hanif Suluki loves the game. But it's his potential as a human being that is most important to him -- and that's why he spent what would have been his junior year as an exchange student in Japan.
A year in Japan paid off for Suluki

Interesting Article

TThe National Women's Law Center on Tuesday released a list of 30 colleges it says fail to give female athletes a fair share of athletic scholarship dollars as required by Title IX. The law center found the total difference between male and female scholarship money at the 30 schools came to nearly $6.5 million for the 2000-01 academic year. Each school was sent a letter outlining the findings.
Women's group puts 30 schools on Title IX notice

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