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Of all the questions that faced the Rutgers football team's defense entering its first season under the guidance of head coach Chris Ash and defensive coordinator Jay Niemann — from the insertion three inexperienced linebackers into the starting lineup and the unknown growth of cornerbacks that received baptism by fire the year prior — the Scarlet Knights seemed to have one constant answer since they began camp back in the spring — the defensive line was going to be the strength of the team.
MINNEAPOLIS — A heart rate monitor hooked up to the Rutgers football team would have shown a flatline for the last few weeks of its season, the Scarlet Knights having been beat up and put down ever since beginning Big Ten play.
MINNEAPOLIS— Two weeks ago, Giovanni Rescigno was quarterbacking Rutgers scout team offense.
The Rutgers football team approached its matchup with Illinois on homecoming last weekend as a fresh start after a first half of the season in which it was outscored 240-109 in six games, including a 150-7 stretch in three games against No. 2 Ohio State, No. 4 Michigan and Iowa.
The Rutgers football team dug itself out of its offensive rut against Illinois last weekend, finally getting on the scoreboard after being held without a point for 11 straight quarters and more than doubling the combined 151 yards it mustered against No. 2 Ohio State in Columbus and then-No. 4, now-No. 3 Michigan in Piscataway.
For the first time in 18 games, the Rutgers football team will have a quarterback not named Chris Laviano behind senior center Derrick Nelson on its first offensive drive of a game.
The Rutgers football team’s 24-7 loss to Illinois marked the sixth straight game in which head coach Chris Ash pulled junior quarterback Chris Laviano off the field, whether it be for a couple of drives midway through a tight game against Iowa or throughout the entirety of the final three quarters of a historic blowout against No. 4 Michigan.
PISCATAWAY—The mantra surrounding the Rutgers football team leading up to its matchup with Illinois had been that of a fresh start.
The Rutgers football team is halfway through its first regular season
under head coach Chris Ash, where the results have been far from
The Rutgers football team suffered its heaviest shutout loss since 1888 in a 78-0 bloodbath to No. 4 Michigan Saturday. The loss came a week after a 58-0 blowout at the hands of No. 2 Ohio State in Columbus.
PISCATAWAY — Last weekend’s loss to No. 2 Ohio State looked and felt like rock bottom for the Rutgers football team.
PISCATAWAY— It was hard to imagine the Rutgers football team's offense being able to put on a worse showing than it did in the 58-point shutout loss to No. 2 Ohio State last week.
It was a crisp night in Piscataway on Oct. 5, 2014, but the game being played at High Point Solutions Stadium was reaching a boiling point.
No. 3 Louisville in 2006.
As soon as the Rutgers volleyball team fell to the No. 2 ranked team in the nation in Wisconsin, it had to turn around quickly and make the four-hour, 335 mile trip west to State College, Pennsylvania, to take on the team who knocked off the No. 1 ranked team in the country earlier this season.
Drew Mehringer described a member of the Rutgers football team’s next opponent with a list of the positions he's forcing the Scarlet Knights' offensive coordinator to game plan against this Saturday.
David Bonagura went nearly four years without kicking a football in a real game situation.
Drew Mehringer said he felt like vomitting after the Rutgers football team converted on just 1 of 4 red zone trips in a 14-7 loss to Iowa Sept. 24.
No. 4 Michigan is taking its show on the road for the first time after starting its season with five straight home games, going to the state its head coach has set up as a second home.
The hype surrounding the Rutgers football team's defensive line entering the 2016 season mainly stemmed from the imminent return of Darius Hamilton to the field.