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 Tom Luicci Chat

What better way to find out what is going on with Rutgers football than to chat with the guy who has been covering camp since day one. Tom Luicci will chatting with fans on the bulletin board this Wednesday at 9:00 P.M.

Remember that to ask questions you must be registered. Registration is free but be sure to register ahead of time. Just click on "Register your free account" and answer all the questions.

 

Football - Depth Chart

RADIO: Saturday's game will be broadcast live on the Rutgers Radio Network, and can be heard on WOR (710-AM) and WCTC (1450-AM), with TOM McCARTHY calling play-by-play, and former Rutgers tight end TIM PERNETTI providing analysis. CHRIS CARLIN is the sideline reporter. Rutgers campus station WRSU (88.7-FM) will also broadcast the game.

TV: There is no television coverage of the game.
Rutgers Football Game Preview

 

Football Picks - Villanova by 6

In its 46th year, The Harmon Forecast predicts probable scores of college and NFL football games each week.
CBS.SportsLine.com -
 

Football Recruiting

WR, 30 receptions for 907 yards and 15 touchdowns - the touchdown mark is second all time on Maryland's single-season scoring receptions list.
MikeandtheBigDog.com -- George Smith

 

Baseball

A group of players from the Aberdeen IronBirds spent Wednesday taking a tour of Camden Yards. Val Majewski is pretty certain he'll be returning, though not as a guest. Majewski, the Orioles' third-round draft pick in June, was batting .312 with 14 RBIs in 27 games going into the weekend. So far, he has been as good as advertised.
sunspot.net - maryland's online community
 

Big East Football

Boston College

Boston College football coach Tom O'Brien has named junior Horace Dodd (Hamden, CT) the starting tailback for next Saturday's season opener vs. Connecticut. O'Brien made the announcement Sunday afternoon as the Eagles entered their game week preparations.
Dodd Gets The Nod :: O'Brien names junior tailback starter for UConn game

Miami - Miami readies for Florida A&M

CORAL GABLES· The defensive line was supposed to be the University of Miami's deepest unit this season. But as Saturday's opener against Florida A&M approaches, injuries and marginal play from the ends in scrimmages have made the unit one of coaching staff's biggest concerns.
http://www.sun-sentinel.com/sports/college/hurricanes/sfl-umfootnotes27aug27.story?coll=tf-hurricanes

Pittsburgh - Pitt gets ready for Ohio

Defensive coordinator Paul Rhoads isn't so sure he'll see the same level of defense from late last season when the Panthers open the 2002 season Saturday at home against Ohio University.
Football: Panthers' defense expecting nothing less than more excellence

Syracuse - Syracuse previews BYU

"We had good balance because we had good players," said Crowton, who calls the offensive plays in consultation with Mike Borich, the offensive coordinator who has accompanied Crowton during the last several career moves. "The quarterback helped us in the run game, and his mobility allowed us to move the ball up and down the field."
Crowton keeps Cougars in high gear

Virginia Tech - Tech expands again

The Tech Board of Visitors signed off on an expansion to the west side - the press-box side - of Lane Stadium that will cost at least $47.8 million.  The south end-zone addition that debuted Sunday - a project Tech is still raising money for - cost about $37 million.
roanoke.com

West Virginia - Rodriguez gets ready for the season

Yes, West Virginia University football coach Rich Rodriguez acknowledges, that 3-8 season his Mountaineers put together in his first season will be in the record book forever and ever. He says he's willing to learn from it but won't dwell on it. "We don't talk much about last year, whether we went 8-3 or 3-8," he said a week ago as he wrapped up camp. "It's in the past. We try to correct what we did wrong and move on."
Same coach with new approach, R-Rod says -- Appeared August 25, 2002 - Sports articles from The Dominion Post
 


Golf Outing

Hey are you a Rutgers Basket Ball fan?  Do you like golf?  Want to shoot a round with say, Gary Waters or one of his staff?  Here's your opportunity.  The Rutgers Court Club is sponsoring a Golf Outing on Monday October 7, 2002 at the University Golf Course in Piscataway.  Tee off is scheduled for 2PM and is limited to the first 72 RU fans that sign up.  The $150 fee includes dinner.  For $500 you have a chance to be in Gary's foursome and for $300 you can play with Larry, Garland, Kevin, Vince or Stan.  So join the TEAM BEHIND THE TEAM, the Rutgers Court Club and see you on the links.

For information email sdw@lawroth.com
 

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