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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.
Takeaways from a near comeback from the Rutgers football team that fell short against Indiana this weekend.
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.
If the defensive line can reach the Indiana quarterback, Rutgers has a chance at winning this game and its first Big Ten game of the season.
The Rutgers football team kicks off eight straight games against Big Ten opponents on Saturday. Here's a look back at how the Knights have done since entering the conference in 2014.
The Rutgers quarterback situation gets even more interesting after head coach Chris Ash benched Artur Sitkowski midway through the second quarter of what wasn't even a bad showing from the true freshman.
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.
Scouting Buffalo ahead of this weekend's matchup brings a scary look at what's arriving to HighPoint.com Stadium in less than 48 hours. The Bulls are bringing a high powered offense to the Banks to face a depleted Rutgers defense.
After an embarrassing loss last weekend to Kansas, we take a look at who is on the rise and who is falling for the Rutgers football team.
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?
Rutgers suffers worst loss under head coach Chris Ash as Kansas crushes the Scarlet Knights, 55-14.
The Scarlet Knights look to bounce back from a tough game last weekend, as they head to the midwest to face Kansas on its home field on Saturday.
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 finally puts points on the board for the first time in three years against No. 4 Ohio State, but the Knights still fall hard 52-3.
Rutgers looks to put history in the past as it travels to Columbus, Ohio to take on No. 4 Ohio State.