Neil Witt

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    NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—The 2014 New Brunswick Celebrity Basketball game was a success as members of the community joined together with former Rutgers football stars, creating a positive spectacle for the hundreds who came out.

    They gathered inside New Brunswick High School’s gymnasium to support a good cause, enjoy a fun and unique basketball game, and welcome back and interact with several professional football players, who once represented the Scarlet Knights of Rutgers University.

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    NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—The New Brunswick Celebrity Basketball Game will take place tonight, March 27, at 6:30 PM in the gymnasium at New Brunswick High School (1000 Somerset St.) for the second consecutive year.

    The school's Honor Roll students will receive two tickets to the event, and anyone can attend this for just $7 general admission.

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    NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—After videos of Mike Rice bullying the Rutgers men's basketball team became public on April 2, Tim Pernetti was forced to resign from his position as the Rutgers Athletic Director.

    Six weeks later, Rutgers President Robert L. Barchi and an enormous committee hedged over the final choice of who would replace Pernetti, a university alum and popular personality.

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    PISCATAWAY, NJ—Amidst a swarm of negative publicity stemming from a nationally-released video of Rutgers men's basketball coach Mike Rice verbally and physically harassing players during an early-season practice, the university announced Wednesday that it has severed ties with the three-year coach.

    Rutgers Athletic Director Tim Pernetti announced Rice's firing a day after ESPN's Outside The Lines aired a video of Rice shoving players, pegging them with basketballs, and yelling homophobic slurs towards the young men.

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    NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—Johnson & Johnson helped to put on two unique sports attractions at New Brunswick High School this Friday, beginning with an opportunity to view the 2014 FIFA World Cup soccer trophy.

    The high school's gymnasium had a lively atmosphere, with faculty members, students, families, and avid soccer fans of all cultures and ages enjoying the trophy and taking pictures with it in the afternoon.