Buy your football season tickets at SK.com. They're now on sale to the general public.
While you wait for Fred Hill to get his walking papers, console yourself with thoughts of Eddie Jordan (who's claiming otherwise). Jordan is my favorite candidate of all of the names that have been mentioned. I made the case for him last month in my candidates list (he was one of my three favorite candidates with Seth Greenbeg and Fran McCaffery), and will probably go into some more depth if this story ends up having legs.
The wait is finally over, as J.R. Inman has gone public again following the news that Fred Hill's job security is in question. Like I said last time, a great deal of what Inman is saying is not factually accurate.
It's beyond strange that the Liberty Bowl's executive director doesn't understand how his bowl's new selection formula works, but at least the Big East now has a chance to play SEC teams.
AutoZone Liberty Bowl executive director Steve Ehrhart revealed on Thursday that his bowl's new four-year agreement through 2013 to match the C-USA champion against a Southeastern Conference team leaves open the possibility of having a Big East team in his game against either league.
edit: forgot to link this earlier - the Giants are bringing in Darnell Stapleton for a visit.
Tim Pernetti's ears will perk up at the news of yet another loyal viewer of Knight Vision.
"I spent most of last night," Belichick says to start the conversation, "watching the Rutgers-Marist game on LaxPower and the Rutgers website."
Baseball won its weekend series with Notre Dame, including a 25-5 drubbing of the Irish. Nice to see Hill Sr. keeping focus with everything that's going on. Looks like a team that can really hit, but pitching is their achilles heel, leading to a couple close losses so far.
Piph Prince went fourth in the WNBA Draft to the Chicago Sky. Rashidat Junaid went in the third round to Los Angeles, and Brittany Ray wasn't drafted.
With large budget cuts on the horizon, how will New Jersey's public universities make up the revenue difference with a new tuition cap?
Gov. Christie wants to cap tuition and fee increases at the state's four-year public colleges and universities at 4 percent, after proposing to cut the schools' state aid by nearly 18 percent.The cap proposal was buried in budget language released this week by the administration. Though Christie has no formal power to set tuition or fees, schools that exceed the cap would have their state funds reduced by an amount equal to two times what they collect in additional tuition.
That's in addition to the other problems the new budget places on the university's doorstep.
The sale of the Nets has been delayed, owing to ongoing legal proceedings in their eminent domain fight.