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Ten days out from the spring game, practice number 10 — and the second from inside High Point Solutions Stadium — wrapped up, and with less than half of the spring practice period to go, the coaching staff's observations have grown less anecdotal as the days pass.
Bad news comes in twos for the Rutgers football team it seems, as this last week has proved particularly negative for those hoping the Scarlet Knights would escape their rather haunting issues of depth that plagued them from September onward last season.
Redshirt freshman wide receiver Ahmir Mitchell suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) announced head coach Chris Ash on Tuesday.
Offensive line coach — and now assistant head coach — AJ Blazek has had quite the offseason.
When Janarion Grant went down at the lip of the endzone against Iowa in September of last season, much of the receiving burden then fell on the shoulders of then-senior Andre Patton and two-sport athlete Jawuan Harris.
A black banner reading "The Hunt" is taped on the wall of the Indoor Practice Bubble, risen high enough for any player, coach or trainer on the Rutgers football team to take in the mantra head coach Chris Ash set in when he first came to the Scarlet Knights.
Welcome to the third edition of the Rutgers Roundup, a weekly segment in which we reflect on what happened surrounding Scarlet Knights athletics over the past seven days before acknowledging top performances during the span with our Targum awards.
For 11 recently graduated athletes and two players entering their second year of eligibility for the NFL, this week presents one of the last opportunities to show their skills to the numerous NFL scouts occupying the Rutgers campus.
It was the lowest point in a season full of them for the Rutgers football team.
After months of constant travel, communication and worries of late decommitments, the first full recruiting cycle of Chris Ash’s tenure as the Rutgers head football coach came to a conclusion on National Signing Day Wednesday.
It’s been a rough few days for Chris Ash and his Rutgers football team.
Those worried about Jerry Kill’s playcalling abilities can all breathe a sigh of relief.
The carousel that the position of offensive coordinator of the Rutgers football team has been for most of the past decade has made its latest stop.
Former Minnesota head coach Jerry Kill is expected to become the eighth offensive coordinator of the Rutgers football team in as many years, according to multiple reports late Sunday afternoon. 24/7 Sports was the first outlet to report the news.
After spending their sophomore seasons pitted in the latest of a long string of quarterback battles and the latter half of their junior year watching from the sidelines on Saturdays, two signal-callers are leaving the Rutgers football team for the fourth and final years of their eligibility.
COLLEGE PARK, Md. — Saturday’s 31-13 loss to Maryland bookended a tumultuous first season for Chris Ash as the head coach of the Rutgers football team.
COLLEGE PARK, Md. — It couldn’t have ended any other way.
PISCATAWAY — Saturday night started with something the Rutgers football team hadn’t seen a lot of in its first season under head coach Chris Ash — a lucky bounce.
PISCATAWAY— On a night that saw the Rutgers football team set a Big Ten record for the most punts in a single season, the Scarlet Knights put on the kind of offensive performance that is more-than-occasionally required to shatter that type of mark.
Entering this season, the situation surrounding the Big Ten East was as clear cut as it could possibly be — Michigan, Ohio State vying for the top spot and every other team picking up the crumbs far below them.