Coming of a dramatic win to earn their 7th state sectional title in the last 13 years Rumson-Fair Haven will be featured on Wednesday’s Varsity Link Coaches Corner on the Shore Sports Network. Bob Badders, Ed Sarluca and Kevin Williams will broadcast live from MJ’s Restaurant, Bar & Grill in Neptune from 7-8pm and be joined by Bulldogs head coach Jeremy Schulte along with seniors Julien Devlin and Luke Mikolajczyk.  The show can be viewed on

Rumson trailed Shore Conference rival Raritan by 17 points at the start of the 4th quarter but rallied and sent the game into overtime where they prevailed 34-27 to claim the SJ Group 2 championship. The win sends RFH into the first-ever overall group semifinals where they will face Willingboro on Sunday at Cherokee High School.


In addition to featuring Rumson the show will discuss upcoming games involving Toms River North and Red Bank Catholic as those are the only schools still playing in the postseason.  Kevin, Bob & Ed will also talking about the decreasing rivalries played on Thanksgiving Day

Now in its 12th season the Coaches Corner is presented by Varsity Link which is the newest social media platform for students and athletes and designed to allow them to showcase their best qualities to increase their chance to get recognized and recruited.  The athletes build their own profile specifically tailored to the sport they play.  Download the Varsity Link app now, it’s available on the App Store and Google Play. Visit

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The show will rotate on Wednesday’s throughout the football season between The Office Lounge in Toms River and MJ’s Restaurant Bar & Grill in Neptune. In addition to being broadcast live the weekly show will also be archived on and can be viewed at any time.

LOOK: The story behind every NFL team name

Stacker delved into the story behind every NFL football team name. Overall team records, also included, are reflective of NFL regular-season games. There are some football teams with well-known nicknames—the Jets, for instance, are often referred to as Gang Green—but we also divulge how some teams’ official names are sparingly used (the Jets’ neighbors, the Giants, are actually known as the New York Football Giants). Sometimes a team name can tell you a lot about local history: The Vikings of Minnesota draw upon the area’s strong ties to Scandinavia, and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are dripping in local legend related to Florida’s pirate past.

Let’s kick off the countdown with the folks who earned their nickname by buying boxes of used team jerseys.

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