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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.
Storylines surrounding the Rutgers football team’s final home game of the season are abundant. With their postseason aspirations done and dusted, the Scarlet Knights host No. 8 Penn State, a fringe rival on the edge of returning to the level of glory it hasn’t had since the Jerry Sandusky scandal shook the program to its core.
When the Rutgers football team walks off Capital One Field at Maryland Stadium following its regular season finale against the Terrapins Nov. 26, the Scarlet Knights will consequently lose three veteran mainstays on their defense.
Since his arrival on the Banks, head football coach Chris Ash has harped on Rutgers being a line of scrimmage football team.
Two more to the loss column for the Rutgers volleyball team.
EAST LANSING, Mich. — Far from anyone’s wildest expectations were the results of Saturday’s matchup between the Rutgers football team and defending champions Michigan State, a game that was crucial in determining how the chips fell in the Big Ten East standings.
EAST LANSING, Mich. — It's safe to assume that this wasn't the kind of homecoming that Giovanni Rescigno had hoped for.
If Rutgers' head football coach Chris Ash could guarantee that his team would have the same record as division foes Michigan State with three games remaining in his first season on the Banks, he would’ve likely signed up without hesitation.
The Rutgers football team's 34-32 loss to Indiana on Saturday brought back flashbacks to a nightmarish 2015 season for Isaiah Wharton and the rest of the Scarlet Knights' secondary.
The Rutgers football team’s 33-27 loss to Indiana last Saturday marked the first game all season in which strong safety Anthony Cioffi didn’t play in a large majority of a game.
The Rutgers football team's offense seemed to have turned a corner.
PISCATAWAY — The first two seasons of the Rutgers football team's tenure as a member of the Big Ten could not be more distinct, with the first exceeding any and all expectations and the second bringing the program crashing down to its roots as a national punchline.
PISCATAWAY—The Rutgers football team’s defense and special teams each had their respective moments against Indiana.
The Rutgers football team enters its matchup with Indiana (4-4, 2-3) this Saturday coming off a late bye week, — a break in three-straight-months of football without much rest.
Friday night football in New Jersey is mostly synonymous with high school games, but starting next fall, the State University will be joining in on the action.