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Most, if not all, of the Rutgers graduates and students would not like to see the name of our institution changed. We can let our voice be heard.
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Becoming the third Long Branch High School football player to commit to the Rutgers program in the past two seasons, Ken Gillespie gave the Scarlet Knights a verbal commitment to join the team for the 2003 season on Thursday.
Gillespie, who was also considering Syracuse, Lehigh, Maryland, Lafayette, and Penn St., is currently in the midst of a fine senior season as a two-way player at tight end and defensive end for the Green Wave.
RU receives seventh verbal for '03
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Prospect - Football
Moorestown High School running back Albert Young admits he wasn't optimistic heading into his senior season.
"Really, I didn't know what to expect," Young said. "I knew we had a very young team and we had a very disappointing season last year. I figured we could be a good team, but I really didn't expect us to be this good."
On Friday, Young guided the Quakers to their seventh victory of the season. He rushed for 189 yards and four touchdowns en route to a 31-0 Burlington/Olympic Football League victory over Timber Creek.
Young runs into Burlco's record books in Moorestown's victory
Around the Big East
The haze that has hung over the horizon of the college football season for much of the fall is lifting. After Oklahoma's 30-26 loss to Texas A&M on Saturday and victories by Ohio State and Miami (Fla.), the Bowl Championship Series standings, when released today, will show the Buckeyes and Hurricanes on a collision course to meet for the national championship Jan. 3 in the Fiesta Bowl.
Miami, Ohio State control BCS destiny
Sometimes, computer numbers and polls and gameplans do not count. Sometimes, it is a matter of the heart. In a vindicated Miami locker room Saturday, the offensive center stood with a towel wrapped around him, describing the day he had torn into his teammates.
"There was a little bit of a cancer growing on this team," center Brett Romberg said.
Miami shows its has heart
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