Thursday, April 26, 2012
South Brunswick High School Coach Rick Mantz is among many in the community excited to see where former SBHS star Mohamed Sanu lands in the NFL Draft, which begins tonight.
A dream that was launched on the fields of South Brunswick High School will soon reach a culmination for Mohamed Sanu with the start of the NFL Draft tonight. Sanu’s path to the NFL was not an easy one, but for the Rutgers University record-setter's former head coach, Sanu's ability was obvious the moment he put on the Vikings' uniform. "Just watching Mohamed run around practice when he got here, we got the sense that this was a special player," said SBHS Coach Rick Mantz. "Everyday at practice he would do something that just blew your mind. His ability to throw, run, and change direction, we just knew he was something special. When he got to Rutgers I was talking to (former Rutgers Head Coach and current Tampa Bay Buccaneers Head Coach) …
Monday, February 6, 2012
Photos from the days leading up to the big game and the action itself in photos.
INDIANAPOLIS - Check out the gallery above for a complete viewing of photos from before and after Super Bowl XLVI.
Saturday, February 4, 2012
Vote in the poll and tell us why they will win in the comments.
As the New England Patriots and New York Giants are set for a rematch of Super Bowl XLII, where the Giants upset the undefeated Pats in one of the biggest upsets in history, we want to hear your predictions. According to vegasinsider.com, the Patriots at favored at -3 with the over/under set at 54.5, for those of you interested in making a "friendly wager." In week 9, the Giants beat the Patriots 24-20 in New England, with a last minute comeback win, which saw Eli Manning find Jake Ballard for a 1-yard touchdown in the closing moments. So South Brunswick, who will it be? Will Tom Brady and the Pats gain vengeance for their fourth Lombardi trophy? Or will Manning and the Giants deny the Patriots once again? Vote in the poll and tell us why …
Monday, January 30, 2012
Did you name your son Eli, get a helmet tattoo on your neck or paint your RV Big Blue? Tell us your stories of ultimate New York Giants fandom.
Monday, January 30, 2012
Sports is about much more than games. It’s about how we celebrate our teams, obsess over athletes, recite statistics and even party. It can dictate what we wear, where we vacation and even who we marry. On Sunday, the New York Giants face the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl. So as we count down the hours and recount the improbable, plucky run by the Giants, it’s also time to celebrate our fandom. Everyone has that fan-tastic story: Did you name your son Eli (or Tiki), get a helmet tattoo on your neck or paint your RV Big Blue? Maybe you’re a fourth-generation season ticket holder or proposed to your girlfriend at halftime. Tell us your stories of ultimate New York Giants fandom. Or show us by uploading a photo. Share them in the …