Posted February 22, 2012 on rutgers.scout.com
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PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- At the Louis Brown Athletic Center Sunday to promote his book, former team captain and Super Bowl champion Gary Brackett spoke at halftime of the basketball team's loss to No. 2 Syracuse. Brackett discussed his journey from walk-on to the NFL, his thoughts on Greg Schiano's departure and the hiring of Kyle Flood.
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