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Greg Schiano on Patrice Rene: 'he's certainly getting better every snap'


Former UNC defensive back has now played two games with Rutgers, the super senior’s addition an important component of the Scarlet Knights attempting to stabilize their secondary. Ahead of Saturday’s game against Michigan State, the emergence of Rene is an important part of a Rutgers defense that is looking to get back on track. (USA Today)

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Greg Schiano on Patrice Rene: 'he's certainly getting better every snap'


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