Doug Smock's criticism of RU's 2009 schedule is well deserved. However, to pay for stadium expansion, Rutgers does need seven home games or somehow find a large enough road payout.
Recovering from a hamstring injury, Kenny Britt is focusing on Tennessee's playbook.
"My head is spinning as we speak," said Britt, whose work might have been limited on the field, but not in the playbook. "I feel like I am getting dizzy right now. But I am getting there, slowly but surely. And things are only going to get better."
It's a familiar refrain: the Rutgers men's basketball team needs a point guard.
For a third string quarterback, Peter King sure does have it out for Mike Teel. On the other hand, Pro Football Weekly is kinder:
We also hear the Seahawks have liked what they’ve seen so far from rookie QB Mike Teel, who is expected to have few problems replacing the departed Charlie Frye as the No. 3 QB behind Matt Hasselbeck and Seneca Wallace.
The NJ-NE All Star Classic finally has its rosters up.
Jio Fontan is still considering his options.