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Last year, almost to the day, the Rutgers football team waltzed into Memorial Stadium in Champaign, Ill. and captured its first Big Ten win of the season against Illinois. Tomorrow, the Scarlet Knights (1-4, 0-2) hope they can do the same thing, this time on their home field.
It started out better than anyone could have expected. A touchdown — in the air, at that — on the first drive of the game. But, when the clock hit triple zeros, it ended the same way it has almost all season for the Rutgers football team — with a loss.
The Rutgers football team host Indiana this weekend, trying to avenge last years 41-0 blowout loss in Bloomington.
Before any of the players had made their way to the media to answer questions, the lights in the room went out for a second.
“It’s over,” a member of the media joked, talking about the interviews.
That joke could easily be the early assessment of the Rutgers football team’s season.
Head coach Chris Ash and Buffalo’s head coach Lance Leipold go back a ways. Saturday afternoon, though, will be their first time facing off against each other at the helm of their teams.
Three weeks after injuring himself in the first game of the season, senior defensive back Blessuan Austin will have surgery on his knee.
Rutgers suffered a rough loss to a Kansas team that is considered among the worst in Division I. Where do the Knights go from here?
A member of the Rutgers wrestling team has been charged with aggravated assault.
For most student athletes — at least to the public — it seems like they are more like athlete students, where the emphasis is placed more on their sport rather than their education. But for players like Zack Heeman on the Rutgers football team, the student definitely comes first.
Rutgers has now scored just 3 points in the last 12 quarters against Ohio State.
Rutgers looks to put history in the past as it travels to Columbus, Ohio to take on No. 4 Ohio State.
For the Rutgers football team, its new beginning got off to a nice start thanks in large part to its defense and its youth.
Head coach Chris Ash unveils the starting quarterback as true freshman Artur Sitkowski will take the ball on Sept. 2 against Texas State in the program's season opener.
The Scarlet Knights held Media Day last Sunday afternoon with just three weeks left until the start of the 2018 season.
In its first time stepping out on the field in a game-type setting, the Rutgers football team broke the scoreboard as the Scarlet and White teams tied at 132 using a special scoring system.
Rutgers gymnastics head coach Louis Levine was dismissed from his position by athletic director Pat Hobbs on Tuesday, it was announced.
The Rutgers football team finished day 12 of spring practices on Tuesday and are now one step closer to the Scarlet-White game on Saturday.
Rutgers held its sixth spring practice on Tuesday, with a focus on the defensive line taking place.
Practice 4 of 15 is in the books for the Rutgers football team and head coach Chris Ash is happy with what he has seen so far.