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Photos: Rutgers Awarded Players F.A.M.I.L.Y. Rings After Finishing As 2012 Big East Co-Champions

Forget about me...

Rutgers won a share of the 2012 Big East football crown, and now the Scarlet Knights have rings to prove it. To go along with one of the themes of their season, the school put F.A.M.I.L.Y. on the side of each ring - which stands for "Forget About Me, I Love You". Rutgers also used the acronym on jerseys this past season as well.

Kicker Nick Borgese posted some photos of the rings on his Twitter account. 

Personally, I like the shiny block "R" surrounded by diamonds - it reminds me of Oregon's beautiful rings debuted a few weeks ago.

Two of the other three Co-Champions of the Big East - Cincinnati and Syracuse - have also unveiled rings in honor of their accomplishments last year. 

While Rutgers has a great chance of winning the championship in the AAC next year, things get a little more difficult when the Knights move to the Big Ten in 2014. Something tells me rings won't come so easy then.

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