"Richard Edward "Richie" Glover" is a former professional American football/football player, a defensive tackle for the New York Giants and Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League/NFL. He played college football at Nebraska Cornhuskers football/Nebraska under head coach Bob Devaney. Glover played high school football at Snyder High School in Jersey City, New Jersey. Glover recalls a time when his coach, Roy Corso, instructed each player to bring a garbage pail cover with them for after the game. When asked why, Corso responded it was for their own protection. Glover admits if it wasn't for those covers, they never would have made it past the losing team throwing rocks at the bus windows on the way out of the parking lot.

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They put a lot of pressure on her. She's frequently the target of the opposition because they know that everything goes through her, but she's a great ball-handler and she keeps her composure and runs the show for us.

The 31 points in the first half must be our most this year. We played with poise, made good interior passes and got good shots. We played with a little more patience than we usually have done.

I told the girls we can't let this game define our season. It's disappointing.

The fact that it is a natural rivalry and it qualified us for the playoffs definitely made it our biggest win of the year.

This (win) gives the girls confidence that we can compete with anybody as long as we play our game and keep our poise.