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Numbers support Mike Teel as Rutgers' best QB ever ÂÂ

by Tom Luicci/The Star-Ledger

Saturday August 23, 2008, 10:00 PM

But RU fans with great expectations can cite interceptions, no league title

The numbers at the end of this season will all point to the same conclusion about Mike Teel: He is the best quarterback in Rutgers history. Career yardage, victories, bowl appearances. Measure it anyway you want. His accomplishments, health permitting, will be unparalleled if he simply has a year similar to 2007.

But is that how the fifth-year senior will be perceived by the Rutgers faithful when he finally takes his last college snap?

Not even Teel is sure.

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Rutgers freshman CB David Rowe has adjusted well

by Tom Luicci/The Star-Ledger

Saturday August 23, 2008, 9:52 PM

NOTEBOOK

For players like David Rowe, the "freshman 15" takes on an entirely new meaning, one that has nothing to with adding unwanted weight.

It's more a reflection of the number of days it takes in preseason camp to get used to the grind and demands of big-time college football.

"You wake up at 7 in the morning and you're not getting back to the dorm until 10 at night. I was not used to that," said Rutgers' true freshman cornerback from Cocoa, Fla. "And then the football two-a-days, the meetings, the conditioning. It was really hard coming in at first but I eventually got used to it.

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Ask the coach: We give you a chance to question Schiano

by Tom Luicci/The Star-Ledger

Saturday August 23, 2008, 9:50 PM

You can now watch Greg Schiano's monday afternoon press conference each week.

So why not ask a question?

Let us know what you want to know and we'll ask for you.

So what's on your mind? Leave us a question in the comment field.

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Graves gives Rutgers a unique look at tight end

by Tom Luicci/The Star-Ledger

Saturday August 23, 2008, 6:42 PM

Shamar Graves can't say he was taken by surprise when Rutgers head coach Greg Schiano named him the No. 2 tight end behind Kevin Brock this week.

He had a good feeling about the way he had performed in preseason camp for one reason.

"Coach didn't yell at me once the whole time," said the third-year sophomore.

And that was a contrast from his first two years?

"Oh yeah," Graves said, smiling.

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Rutgers ranked No. 64 academically by U.S. News

by Star-Ledger Staff

Saturday August 23, 2008, 1:12 PM

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Rutgers linebackers #17 Damaso Munoz and #50 Antonio Lowery study before practice.There has been much debate in recent years about whether a university can excel in football and athletics.

The latest U.S. News & World Report rankings are out, and while many will argue with their methodology, they seem to indicate that being strong in football and academics is possible.

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Martinek running himself into Rutgers tailback mix

by Tom Luicci/The Star-Ledger

Friday August 22, 2008, 11:24 PM

Joe Martinek isn't particularly big or overly fast and his quickness is probably just acceptable -- not exceptional. Yet almost every time the redshirt freshman tailback has the ball in his hands, something good seems to happen.

As Rutgers broke preseason camp Friday, and with tailback hopefuls Kordell Young and Mason Robinson assigned lightened workloads because of leg fatigue, Martinek was again the tailback-du-jour.

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Schiano's camp assessment: The good, the bad and the ugly

by Tom Luicci/The Star-Ledger

Friday August 22, 2008, 5:59 PM

Beginning Saturday, it's all Fresno State all the time for Rutgers. That's when the Scarlet Knights begin installing their gameplan for the opener on Sept. 1 after breaking camp on Friday.

Head coach Greg Schiano spent his post-practice session with the media on Friday dealing mostly with the highs and lows of his eighth summer in Piscataway.

Here is what he had to say:

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Rutgers Football Locker Room Lowdown: Insight on the 2008 season

by Vincent Velasquez/The Star-Ledger

Friday August 22, 2008, 9:27 AM

Frank Conlon/The Star-Ledger

Rutgers defensive end #90 Jamal Westerman is teased by wide receiver #2 Tim Brown (center) and wide receiver #88 Kenny Britt during Rutgers Football Media Day at the Hale Center in Piscataway on August 9. Rutgers Fooball Locker Room Lowdown: Insight on the 2008 season

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Previous webisodes:

Who's the DJ?, Rutgers Trivia, Freshmen Adjustment,

Best Appetite, Best Arm and

Preseason Paintball

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Rob Stone to replace Erin Andrews on the sidelines for Rutgers-Fresno State game

by Star-Ledger staff

Thursday August 21, 2008, 9:29 PM

A tough break for fans of ESPN's Erin Andrews: She will not be the sideline reporter for ESPN's national telecast of Rutgers' opener against Fresno State on Sept. 1 at Rutgers Stadium.

ESPN announced Thursday that Rob Stone will serve as the sideline reporter for the game.

Dave Pasch will handle play by play and Andre Ware will serve as the analyst.

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SNY's Rutgers football coverage debuts Aug. 25

by Star-Ledger staff

Thursday August 21, 2008, 9:23 PM

SNY, the television home of Rutgers football, will kick off its comprehensive Rutgers football line-up with an array of exclusive programs featuring the Scarlet Knights. SNY's Rutgers programming schedule will debut on Monday, Aug. 25 at 11:30 a.m. with the Greg Schiano weekly press conference - which will be televised every Monday throughout the season. SNY will also televise Inside Rutgers Football with Greg Schiano, Rutgers Rush Hour and Tuesday Knight Football.

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Schiano says fatigue slowing Rutgers running backs

by Tom Luicci/The Star-Ledger

Thursday August 21, 2008, 8:03 PM

Upon further review ... it wasn't as bad as it first looked.

That was the assessment of Rutgers coach Greg Schiano of Wednesday's second and final intra-squad scrimmage in general -- and of the wheel-spinning running game in particular.

"As I figured, the run game was a lot closer than it appeared," Schiano said after practice Thursday. "A block here, a step there. As I watched the tape I saw that (tailbacks) Mason (Robinson) and Kordell (Young) probably hit the wall. So we rested them some (yesterday) and let the other guys get the lion's share of the work."

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Dellaganna finally ready to get his kicks

by Tom Luicci/The Star-Ledger

Thursday August 21, 2008, 7:31 PM

No one felt the frustration of Rutgers' problems in the punting game last year more than Teddy Dellaganna.

After all, he was supposed to be the reason there wouldn't be any problems. That's why he was brought in from the junior college ranks in California.

But Dellaganna couldn't win the job -- even though the Knights finished last in the Big East in punting average and net punting, with placekicker Jeremy Ito forced to do double duty in a role he had never been in before.

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Rutgers goes into overtime on stadium expansion

by Josh Margolin and Ted Sherman/The Star-Ledger

Thursday August 21, 2008, 1:01 PM

Contractors rushing to complete the first phase of the Rutgers Stadium expansion before the Scarlet Knights' season opener Sept. 1 have gone to a no-huddle offense.

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Rutgers' fans taking a wait-and-see approach on the running game

by Frank Della Femina/NJ.com

Thursday August 21, 2008, 10:48 AM

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In yesterday's practice, running back Kordell Young recorded only eight yards on nine carries.The Rutgers running game did not look good in Wednesday's scrimmage, The Star-Leger's Tom Luicci reports. Luicci says it's the only facet of Rutgers game that does not appear ready for opening day. Continue reading "Rutgers' fans taking a wait-and-see approach on the running game" »

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Rutgers football: Runners stopped for a loss in scrimmage

by Tom Luicci/The Star-Ledger

Wednesday August 20, 2008, 6:44 PM

Frank H. Conlon/The Star-Ledger

Rutgers fullback Jourdan Brooks and the Rutgers running game showed in Wednesday's scrimmage that it still has a lot of work to do in preparation for the season.Exactly where is that running game panic button again? Rutgers' second intrasquad scrimmage Wednesday looked a lot like the one a week earlier. The passing attack, led by quarterback Mike Teel, appears game ready. So does the defense. The running game and the offensive line? Those were the biggest questions coming into preseason camp. With the opener looming in 11 days, there still aren't any answers to either. Continue reading "Rutgers football: Runners stopped for a loss in scrimmage" »

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Rutgers' struggling running game hard to explain

by Tom Luicci/The Star-Ledger

Wednesday August 20, 2008, 6:06 PM

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Rutgers' Kordell Young is at a loss for words in describing the Scarlet Knights' preseason struggles in the running game. NOTEBOOK

Tailback Kordell Young found himself in the same position that too many of his carries have been lately as he tried to explain the ineffectiveness of Rutgers' running game: thrown for a loss.

But the heir apparent to Ray Rice is fairly certain that the rebuilt offensive line doesn't deserve to take the hit for another poor scrimmage showing by the Knights' rushing attack.

The backs, he said, have to take the brunt of the blame. And he puts himself at the top of the list after rushing for 8 yards on nine carries -- one week after getting minus-3 yards on seven carries in the first scrimmage.

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Rutgers football: The latest scrimmage: A second look

by Tom Luicci/The Star-Ledger

Wednesday August 20, 2008, 4:46 PM

The scaffolding is still up. The running game is still down. It's almost as if nothing has changed from last week's first intra-squad scrimmage to the second and final one that Rutgers held on Wednesday.

The most impressive performers? The construction crews. They are working feverishly -- rumor has it on Sundays as well -- to get Rutgers Stadium spruced up and game-ready for the Sept. 1 opener against Fresno State.

The new club seats, of course, are the big-ticket item. With scaffolding covering the stands on the east and west sides (the latter directly in front of the pressbox view), it's hard to tell how much progress is being made with the club seating area. We'll know in 12 days.

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People talking after the latest story about spending in the Rutgers athletic department

by John Shabe / NJ.com

Wednesday August 20, 2008, 3:56 PM

Today's Star-Ledger article about the criticism of spending within the Rutgers athletic department has generated dozens of comments on NJ.com. As the story begins to circulate around the web, some bloggers have posted their opinions as well. Continue reading "People talking after the latest story about spending in the Rutgers athletic department" »

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Who is Rutgers' real football rival?

by John Shabe / NJ.com

Wednesday August 20, 2008, 3:35 PM

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You could make a case that coach Randy Edsall and Connecticut are Rutgers' biggest football rival.Ohio State vs. Michigan. Texas vs. Oklahoma. Rutgers vs. ????

Who is Rutgers' biggest rival in football? RU blogger Rutgers Rap is posing the question, but it's not easy to answer considering the evolution of the Rutgers football program and the changes in the Big East Conference.

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Rutgers' athletic spending was critiqued in audit

by Josh Margolin and Ted Sherman/The Star-Ledger

Wednesday August 20, 2008, 10:13 AM

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Rutgers University athletic director Robert Mulcahy.Months before revelations of hidden deals and no-bid contracts sparked two investigations, Rutgers University auditors were warning that no one was watching the money flooding into the school's athletic department. Continue reading "Rutgers' athletic spending was critiqued in audit" »

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Rutgers Football Locker Room Lowdown: Preseason Paintball

by Vincent Velasquez/The Star-Ledger

Wednesday August 20, 2008, 2:02 AM

Rutgers Football Locker Room Lowdown: Preseason Paintball

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Previous webisodes:

Who's the DJ?, Rutgers Trivia, and Freshmen Adjustment.

Best Appetite, Best Arm

Coming on Friday: Rutgers football players talk about the upcoming season. Mike Teel and John Nicola comment on their last season as Scarlet Knights. New kicker San San Te analyzes the new wind pattern in a revamped Rutgers Stadium and shares his thoughts on replacing Jeremy Ito. Kenny Britt describes on how he makes the big play and talks about what he sees for himself and teammate Tiquan Underwood at the wide receiver position this season.

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Rutgers is counting on Greene's leadership

by Tom Luicci/The Star-Ledger

Tuesday August 19, 2008, 10:01 PM

For most of the past three seasons, whenever anyone heard Courtney Greene at a Rutgers practice it was because the Knights' free safety had just delivered one of his jarring hits.

Times have changed -- though Greene hasn't.

He is still punishing receivers and ballcarriers. But his role this preseason has shifted to being more of a vocal leader.

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Rutgers alum Ray Rice a steal for Ravens, NFL expert says

by John Shabe / NJ.com

Tuesday August 19, 2008, 3:34 PM

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Ray Rice ran for 77 yards Saturday.After Ray Rice's big performance vs. Minnesota Saturday night, SI.com's Don Banks predicts an increasing role for Rice in Baltimore's offense. Continue reading "Rutgers alum Ray Rice a steal for Ravens, NFL expert says" »

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Tickets for Rutgers-Morgan State will be available tonight

by Star-Ledger Sports Staff

Tuesday August 19, 2008, 3:11 PM

A limited number of tickets for Rutgers' game with Morgan State on Sept. 27 will go on sale tonight at 8 at http://tickets/scarletknights.com.

Rutgers has sold out every game this season. However, visiting schools may return unsold tickets. That is the case here.

If tickets remain, they will be available by phone tomorrow morning at 8:30 at the Rutgers ticket office.

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Rutgers' quarterback Mike Teel featured on ESPNU.com

by Frank Della Femina/NJ.com

Tuesday August 19, 2008, 3:04 PM

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Healthy and back in action this season for Rutgers, Mike Teel is looking to finish his college career on a high note.Mike Teel discusses his 2007 campaign, a hand injury that left him in excruciating pain last season and the upcoming season in an ESPNU.com blog item. Continue reading "Rutgers' quarterback Mike Teel featured on ESPNU.com" »

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Rutgers offensive line unsettled after injury

by Tom Luicci/The Star-Ledger

Monday August 18, 2008, 8:49 PM

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Rutgers offensive lineman Kevin Haslam in action last season against Norfolk State at Rutgers Stadium.Take away the mediocre rushing numbers from the first intrasquad scrimmage last Wednesday, and it has almost been impossible to tell that Rutgers has been trying to rebuild most of its offensive line this summer. There has been a quiet consistency to the unit most of the preseason. Until Monday. Continue reading "Rutgers offensive line unsettled after injury" »

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For starters, not much change yet at Rutgers

by Tom Luicci/The Star-Ledger

Monday August 18, 2008, 7:33 PM

So what's left for Rutgers coach Greg Schiano to determine after Wednesday's second and final intra-squad scrimmage before the Sept. 1 opener against Fresno State?

In the way of starters, not much.

The first-team guys on both sides of the ball have been virtually unchanged since preseason camp began. Not that there were a lot of spots available with 14 returning starters.

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Rutgers Football Locker Room Lowdown: Best Appetite, Best Arm

by Vincent Velasquez/The Star-Ledger

Monday August 18, 2008, 8:00 AM

Previous webisodes:

Who's the DJ?, Rutgers Trivia, and Freshmen Adjustment.

Coming on Wednesday: Rutgers football players talk about a pre-camp paintball game that pitted the offense against the defense. Head coach Greg Schiano and his coaches also got in on the action.

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This week on Rutgers Football "Locker Room Lowdown"

by Vincent Velasquez/The Star-Ledger

Sunday August 17, 2008, 6:27 PM

Here is the lineup for this week's "Locker Room Lowdown," by Vincent Velasquez:

Monday: Who has the best appetite? Who has the best arm? The answers might surprise you.

Wednesday: Rutgers football players talk about a pre-camp paintball game that pitted the offense against the defense. Head coach Greg Schiano and his coaches also got in on the action.

Friday: Mike Teel and John Nicola talk about their last season as Scarlet Knights. Kenny Britt describes how he makes the "big play."

Previous versions of the web-only show included: Who's the DJ?, Rutgers Trivia, and Freshmen Adjustment.

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Rice, Flacco stand out in Ravens loss

by The Star-Ledger Sports Desk

Sunday August 17, 2008, 10:11 AM

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Minnesota Vikings defensive tackle Pat Williams chases down Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice during the first half of their preseason game in Baltimore Saturday.

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Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco stands in the pocket as he looks for a receiver against the Minnesota Vikings during the second half of their preseason game in Baltimore Saturday.It wasn't a terrific overall team performance for the Baltimore Ravens in Saturday night's 23-15 preseason loss to the Minnesota Vikings, but former Rutgers standout Ray Rice and Audubon native Joe Flacco provided some bright spots, as the Baltimore Sun reports.

On Rice, The Sun reports:

The only bright spot for the Ravens' offense was Rice, who ran for 77 yards and a touchdown.

With Willis McGahee out after having arthroscopic knee surgery, Rice took advantage of the start and some powerful blocking by his line. Bouncing to the outside time after time, the second-round pick out of Rutgers hit gaping holes against last season's top-ranked run defense in the NFL.

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Former Rutgers star Ray Rice has big night for Ravens

by The Star-Ledger Sports Desk

Saturday August 16, 2008, 9:51 PM

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Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice celebrates after scoring a touchdown during the first half at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Md., on Saturday.Former Rutgers standout running back Ray Rice scored his first NFL touchdown for the Baltimore Ravens in their exhibition game against the Minnesota Vikings.

Rice, who registered 117 yards total offense, scored on a 6-yard run in the first quarter. He also busted loose for a 42-yard run and finished the game with 77 yards on the ground on eight carries.

Rice, who caught four passes last week in his NFL debut, continued to be a weapon out of the backfield, catching three passes for 17 yards.

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Rutgers top recruit Scott Vallone eager to get onto the field

by Tom Luicci/The Star-Ledger

Saturday August 16, 2008, 7:09 PM

Scott Vallone knows he was supposed to be competing for time in Rutgers' uncertain defensive tackle rotation -- and possibly be the solution the Knights have been searching for in the ongoing quest for quality depth behind Alex Silvestro.

Instead, the true freshman from Central Islip, N.Y., one of the headliners in the latest recruiting class, is still rehabbing a foot injury that he says he made worse by not getting it taken care of immediately.

"I hurt it four days after signing day (Feb. 6) and I did the wrong thing. I didn't get it checked out," said the powerfully-built 6-3, 270-pounder. "I'm paying for that now."

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Injury update: Rutgers WR Britt "sore" but OK

by Tom Luicci/The Star-Ledger

Saturday August 16, 2008, 7:08 PM

Rutgers had its first double session of the summer on Saturday and will have another one Monday -- after taking Sunday off.

LB Damaso Munoz and OT Richard Muldrow, both suffering from heat-related problems on Friday, were back practicing. WR Dennis Campbell (hamstring) did not practice again, but head coach Greg Schiano said the fourth-year junior could return tomorrow.

WR Kenny Britt was limited in practice due to general soreness.

"He's okay. He needs to get treatment. He's a little sore," Schiano said of Britt. "So we kind of held him back." ...

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Rutgers RB Young passing latest test: Proving scrimmage was a fluke

by Tom Luicci/The Star-Ledger

Saturday August 16, 2008, 7:06 PM

Kordell Young didn't need to see the rushing numbers from Rutgers' first scrimmage last Wednesday. He knew they had to improve -- and quickly.

For three straight practices now, whatever concerns Young raised with his ineffectiveness then (minus-3 yards on seven carries) have been assuaged.

One big run after another, one sharp cut after another, Young suddenly has looked like the explosive, potential Ray Rice replacement he was expected to be.

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Rutgers' QB dilemma: Winning with Teel while finding his successor

by Tom Luicci/The Star-Ledger

Saturday August 16, 2008, 6:35 PM

Rutgers offensive coordinator John McNulty faces an interesting challenge these days beyond trying to replace the greatest running back in school history as well as three offensive line starters from a year ago.

He's also trying to strike the right balance between winning now and preparing for the future at the quarterback position when the season starts on Sept. 1 against Fresno State.

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Passing

Player POS Att Comp Yds Pct TD

M. Teel QB 349 203 3147 58.2 20

J. Lovelace QB 23 7 69 30.4 0

Rushing

Player POS Att Yds TD Avg

Ray Rice RB 380 2012 24 5.3

Jabu Lovelace QB 82 332 4 4.0

Mason Robinson RB 36 202 0 5.6

Kordell Young RB 18 58 0 3.2

Tim Brown WR 2 19 0 9.5

Receiving

Player POS Rec Yds TD Avg

Tiquan Underwood WR 65 1100 7 16.9

Kenny Britt WR 62 1232 8 19.9

Ray Rice RB 25 239 1 9.6

Tim Brown WR 24 340 2 14.2

Kevin Brock TE 23 241 2 10.5

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Wow, smazza. Way too much stuff there man.

I'll try to skim it and get what I can out of it.

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