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Knight Caps: Another round of this & that from around Scarlet Nation

Some interesting - and some important - stuff to know about Rutgers and its people.

This isn't just another picture of the Knight and a cheerleader...read about "Something Worthwhile" below
This isn't just another picture of the Knight and a cheerleader...read about "Something Worthwhile" below

Kyle Flood Show

The coach's weekly radio show starts tonight and the location is moving out of New Brunswick.

The show, which airs live on RVision via ScarletKnights.com and will replay on tape delay on WCTC-1450 AM on WCTC 1450 in central Jersey (tape delay this week only), is moving to the new Quaker Steak & Lube restaurant on Rt. 1 in Edison.

This one's for Dave

If it's the start of football season, can hoops be far behind?  The 2015 Big Ten Basketball Media Day will be held on Thursday, Oct. 15, at the Chicago Marriott O'Hare in Chicago, Ill., and will include all 28 men's and women's head coaches as well as select players. Mark your calendars!

Act like a rock star?  Act like a letterwinner!

Just for the heck of it

This isn't always about sports.  It is about Rutgers.  And sometimes about stuff many of you never knew...like Cap & Skull.  Cap & Skull is a secret society at Rutgers.  It has a long and storied past, and it's an interesting piece of Rutgersiana.  And while the link in the tweet will take you to nj.com, it doesn't take you to the sports section.  You have special dispensation to click.

Grapple at the Garden

Rutgers wrestling will be making its fourth appearance at the Grapple at the Garden this December.  A participant since the event started, the Knights have done very well in NYC while wrestling at "The World's Most Famous Arena", going 4-2 over the prior three events.  This will be a preview of sorts, as the NCAA tournament will be held at the Garden in March.

Before the most important thing here....our Moment of Zen

Something VERY worthwhile....read it and act....please

Sometimes bad things happen to good people. It just happens.  Our friend Jon Newman tweeted about just that, and this is a way of helping one of Rutgers' own.  Look back at the photo at the top.

We don't ask for money for just anything or anyone.  This one's worth it.