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The genius of Tiquan Underwood

So much for secrecy and privacy. Pro Football Weekly has all of the 2009 Wonderlic scores posted. Kenny Britt scored a 21/49 (first number is questions answered correctly, second is attempted), Tiquan Underwood had a very impressive 38/49 (which was the highest score of any receiver at the Combine), and Courtney Greene scored a 26/48. There was a wide disparity between Greene's Combine score and the 15 he reportedly registered at 2008's Pro Day as a junior.

The tailback situation in spring practice could have been a problem with so many injuries, but Joe Martinek made the most of the opportunity. The NY Daily News has its own article on Andre Civil at spring practice. The Press of Atlantic City had a few paragraphs on Marcus Witherspoon and Carl Harris. Talk about your metaphors: Justin Francis is spraying Febreeze on his 2008.

Twelve Scarlet Knights visited sick children at Robert Wood Johnson last week.

Fooch talked to Keith Sargeant after the post-spring presser.

ZAGSBLOG says Jio Fontan is meeting with Fordham, and that James Beatty didn't visit Memphis over the weekend. Thread on SHU's Rivals site speculates about Fred Hill tampering with Fontan.

Good column by Rick Malwitz on former RU SID Les Unger.

NFL.com has two good articles up about life inside a draft war room, and the art of smokescreens. The NY Times also had a good look over the weekend about why the Ravens are so successful.

Kevin Malast compares Donald Brown to Ray Rice.

The White Sox are calling up Rutgers alum Jack Egbert.