Tom Luicci today has an article about Coach Flood and his efforts to rebuild our offensive line. Also included are notes on changing wind patterns, and Matt Hardison is impressing on the offensive line.
I'm sure most RU fans read Aditi's blog, but if you don't...
Are our LBs ready to take the next step this season?
Incoming freshman Eddie Poole has suffered a knee injury and will be redshirting.
Can San San Te adequately replace Jeremy Ito?
Sherman and Margolin have popped up again, this time reporting who will be on the university's athletics review committee. Looks to be a very pro-athletics group.
Gary Gibson has a knack for sticking around and defying expectations.
GBN really likes Rutgers players apparently. Is Kevin Horning KWALL by any chance?
4. Kenny Britt, Rutgers - 6-4, 205, JR .... 2007 Statistics: 62 receptions, 1,232 yards (19.9 ypr), 8TD
Because WR Tiquan Underwood and RB Ray Rice also had really good years for the Scarlet Knights in 2007, Britt was mainly overlooked. However, with his size and speed, he will become the best overall receiver in the Big East in ’08. Britt is one of the best deep threats in college football, which is evident in the fact he averaged 20 yards a catch. He tallied 5 100 yard games last season, but must show more consistency over the course of the entire schedule. I believe he will do just that, as he will be gaining more experience week after week. Has one of the biggest upsides of any receiver on this list.
Notre Dame will be holding more games on our turf, as Syracuse, as rumored, appears ready to play 5 "home" games at the new Giants Stadium.