By Matt Sugam
PISCATAWAY – For over two decades, Mike Rice has asked his players to develop, change, and attack their weaknesses. For the past two weeks, he’s begun doing that himself.
“Now I have this opportunity to do that,” Rice said after returning to practice for the first time since his three game suspension due to his language and behavior.
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