I would almost rather play the USOC Championship at Rutgers, than have to stare at those ugly gridiron lines on the pitch on Wednesday! Tell me how, and why is it possible for Foxboro to play a soccer game on a Saturday, and a NFL game on Sunday, and have the NFL lines vitually invisable during the soccer match (WWC), and vice-versa the next day. While at GS, soccer lines are barely noticable during the Metro's matches? It would seem to me that it would be easier to "scrub" off the lines, and apply new ones on the fake grass than it is on mother nature's stuff! Could it be the the NJSEA doesnt give a rat's ass about the Metros?