As Rutgers University president Robert Barchi has shown that he knows very little about athletics and even less about crisis management but give him credit for moving quickly following the end of a football season that can be summed up in one word: embarrassing.
I will admit that I’m not much of a soccer fan. Like many fathers I coached for a time when my children played but I was clearly one who was better off telling the kids what to do rather than show them. Actually I was better off having other coaches who knew what to do.
When I turned on my phone Saturday morning I was greeted by several messages that at first I thought had to be a mistake. Twitter had exploded overnight with the news that Monmouth University had beaten UCLA in the college basketball opener for both teams.
27 Shore Conference teams begin the quest this weekend to win a state sectional football championship. For some just being in the NJSIAA playoffs is an accomplishment while for others anything less than hoisting a championship trophy in early December would be a major disappointment.
On the eve of the NJSIAA Football Playoffs this week’s “Thursday Night Football Show” will examine the prospects of the 27 Shore Conference teams that have qualified during a live broadcast from Baker’s Water Street Grill in downtown Toms River...
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