No. 3 Louisville in 2006.
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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.
The Rutgers football team was back in Piscataway Sunday, spending it recovering from a historic 58-0 drubbing at the hands of No. 2 Ohio State with little positives to go off of the day before.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Chris Ash returned to Ohio Stadium, a place he found great success as a coordinator under Urban Meyer, but as the head coach of his own team playing in scarlet and white Saturday.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Pitted up against a potent Ohio State offense Saturday at Ohio Stadium, the Rutgers football team couldn't have asked for a better start from its defense.
Chris Ash is returning to Columbus for the first time since January this Saturday but rather than coaching the Ohio State defense from the press box, he’ll be directing the Rutgers football team from the sideline and rather than coaching with Urban Meyer, he’ll be going against him.
The Rutgers football team opened its season in Seattle, home of the 12th man, the loudest fans in the National Football League known to have caused seismic waves with the noise they make cheering on their beloved Seahawks.
The Rutgers football team was going to need to play a near flawless all-around game to pull off an upset in its Big Ten opener against Iowa last weekend.
Homecoming at Ohio State falls on the first day of October, the second month of a season the Buckeyes' have started by winning its first three games.
When senior wide receiver Janarion Grant remained on the ground following a 76-yard catch-and-run in the second quarter of the Rutgers football team’s matchup with Iowa last Saturday, the air seemed to be sucked out of High Point Solutions Stadium and only returned when he was given a standing ovation as he limped off the turf.
Rutgers head football coach Chris Ash took the podium at the team meeting room in the Hale Center Monday morning wearing a black polo with the block red R stitched on his chest.
In an important weekend with two visiting conference opponents, the Rutgers women’s soccer team saw two drastically different outcomes.
The Rutgers volleyball team dropped its 10th straight game in a loss to Illinois Saturday night, with the Fighting Illini (9-4, 2-0) sweeping the Scarlet Knights (4-11, 0-2) to a 3-0 victory.
PISCATAWAY — The Rutgers football team won nearly every statistical category in its Big Ten opener against Iowa on Saturday.
PISCATAWAY — AJ Blazek, the offensive line coach of the Rutgers football team, summarized his team’s first Big Ten opponent of the season in one word — toughness.