Football Recruiting - The best from Miami-Dade
Player, school Pos. Size, speed
1. Brian Pata, Central DL 6-4, 260, 4.6
Scouting report: Had 9.5 sacks last year. Can play end or tackle, but will likely play tackle in college. Verbally committed to the University of Miami.
2. Dwayne Bowe, Norland WR 6-3, 205, 4.5
Scouting report: Discovered in the halls at school, he's beginning his second season at WR. As a junior, he caught five TD passes and was also named Norland's special teams MVP. Likes LSU, UM, West Virginia and Michigan State.
The Miami Herald | 08/23/2002 | Miami-Dade Class of 2003
Contrary to what the paper states, Pata is not committed to Miami. He decommited a few weeks ago and may very well take an official visit to RU.
Among the others on this list being recruited by RU are Eric Moncur, Tranell Morant (who will probably visit RU), Clifton Dickson, Miguel Scott, Ed Gelin, Stephan Tulloch, Brandon Jones, Jameel Brady, Quintero Frierson, Kenneth Williams, Jemmy Jasmin, Dorrean James, Christain Capote, Maurice Charles and Mike Alvarez.
Of the players I have talked to, Alvarez and Dickson both speak highly of RU. Jones is considering the Knights and there are a good ten of them I have yet to talk with.
Big East Football - Thursday Night Games
Syracuse at BYU
The defending MWC champions will kickoff the 2002 campaign on Thursday, Aug. 29 against Syracuse in Provo, beginning at 5:30 p.m. (MDT). The game will be broadcast to a national television audience on ESPN. The Cougars and Orangemen last met in Syracuse, N.Y. during the 2000 season. After starting quarterback Bret Engemann left the game with a season-ending shoulder injury, Syracuse cruised to a 42-14 victory in the Carrier Dome. The game will mark only the second meeting between the two schools.
BYU Football Press Release - (8/27/2002)
Vegas calls it BYU by 2
Richmond at Temple
For many November 23 (Richmond's 2001 season finale, a 35-7 win at UMass) seems like an eternity ago. Now, the Spiders have completed the two-a-day portion of their preseason schedule and stand just days away from a date with Temple at Franklin Field in Philadelphia, Pa. The 2002 campaign begins at 7 p.m. on Thursday, August 29.
Inside The Game: Football Opens At Temple :: Richmond is in the final stages of preparation for the 2002 season that begins Thursday night.
Richmond vs. Temple
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Baseball - A note from a fan familiar with the program
Mike- Fred Hill got a great recruit yesterday. Johnny Defendis was NY Gatorade Player of the Year. He had commited to Cal State Fullerton but was released and signed with RU! Coach is certainly continuing his record of retooling for the next campaign after loosing several quality players to the professional ranks. School is still out(literally and figuratively!) on Bob Brwonlie's status.
Talk about it on the Bulletin Boards:
Mike Fasano: MikeFasano@comcast.net
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