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This spring Rutgers football is going to pay tribute to the victims of the Super Storm Sandy with specially designed uniforms and helmets to be used during the team’s annual spring game. n all, players will wear the names of 90 different towns in the state that were affected by the storm last year.

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InVolNerable - 32 months ago
The Nashville storm of 2010 was worse than Sandy. Vandy is a tPOS for not honoring the victims.
WalkingTurtles - 32 months ago
Man the Northeast gets a hurricane and you would think it wiped out their entire way of life, killed the majority of the population and made the land desolate to ever live again.
tadelatt - 32 months ago
We win
tadelatt - 32 months ago
10MTNTiger - 32 months ago
Did Yoda write the title for this article?
jdrn21 - 32 months ago
should extend to the 2013 season as well.
jw5377 - 32 months ago
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