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The Rutgers football team finished the 2015 season ranking in the bottom three of all major defensive categories in the Big Ten, a major reason for the 4-8 record it had come December.The Scarlet Knights finished dead last in pass defense efficiency, allowing opposing quarterbacks to complete 64 percent of pass attempts.
The Rutgers football team is limited in developing the special teams depth chart.
Before leading the Rutgers wrestling team to potentially the best season in program history, Scott Goodale was standing on the sidelines of High Point Solutions Stadium calling plays as the offensive coordinator at Jackson Memorial High School in the state championship game.After winning three state football titles with the Jaguars, Goodale hung up his headset and became the head coach of the wrestling team at the South Jersey high school, and the rest is history.More than a decade later, Goodale was back on the gridiron in Piscataway as he addressed the Rutgers football team in the Bubble Thursday morning prior to its seventh practice of the spring.This time, the talk had nothing to do with X’s and O’s.
There was a minute remaining in the Rutgers football team’s contest against Nebraska at High Point Solutions Stadium last November when it happened.
The Rutgers football team is living by many mottos in its first season under head coach Chris Ash.
Rutgers offensive line is returning 4 of its 5 starters from last season.
A week following the first practice of the spring, the Rutgers football team continued to slowly inch along in its preparation for its first season under head coach Chris Ash in the fourth practice of the preseason.Only this time, there was no vomiting from the players.
With scouts from about 15 NFL teams expected to be in attendance, according to NJ Advanced Media's Dan Duggan, Carroo will run routes for the first time in the draft process since suffering his injury at the Senior Bowl.
Jay Niemann has been in football for more than 30 years, coaching at seven different schools in all three NCAA Divisions before arriving in Piscataway to take charge as the defensive coordinator and linebackers coach at Rutgers under Chris Ash.But despite all his experience and wisdom, he’s facing a challenge he’s never had before — replacing all three starting linebackers.“Don’t think I have, don’t think I have,” Niemann said of his new challenge.
When head football coach Chris Ash made it known he and offensive coordinator Drew Mehringer planned on implementing the spread offense, few members of the Rutgers football team were as excited as sophomore quarterback Giovanni Rescigno. The Warren, Michigan, native came to the Banks with a profile of a dual-threat quarterback after throwing for 1,396 yards and 16 touchdowns while rushing for 512 yards and five touchdowns in his senior season of high school.
After months of conditioning work and drills, the Rutgers football team took the field at the practice bubble for the first day of Spring practice Thursday.
Working with a new head strength and conditioning coach in Kenny Parker, Rutgers is going through more than they ever have.
Four of the 19 recruits who signed their National Letters of Intent to join the Rutgers football team on National Signing Day have already enrolled at the University. They are taking advantage of their early start.
The Rutgers football team adds 17 players to its roster after they sign their National Letters of Intent on National Signing Day.
Rutgers head football coach Chris Ash addresses his lack of New Jersey ties and how recruits need to be proper fits in the "character category."
Rutgers head football coach Chris Ash brings Big Ten pedigree to the Banks with the experience of his assistant coaching staff.
Head strength and conditioning coach Kenny Parker talks Urban Meyer, Chris Ash and the adversity he'll put his players through to develop them.
With a new offense installed under the first-year coaching staff of Chris Ash in Piscataway, Rutgers and offensive coordinator Drew Mehringer evaluate the future of a wide-open quarterback competition.
The first hire of the Chris Ash era — special teams coordinator Vince Okruch — may be the most overlooked addition to the coaching staff, much like the phase of football he coaches.
With less than a month until National Signing Day, Rutgers head football coach Chris Ash and his staff are on the move.Taking on the full-time duties since his stint as co-defensive coordinator at Ohio State culminated earlier in the month with the Fiesta Bowl on New Year's Day, Ash and his assistants are on the clock with recruitment for prospects in the class of 2016.After the most recent casualty came with Elite 11 quarterback Anthony Russo announcing via Twitter his decommitment from the Scarlet Knights, Rutgers has just 13 verbal commitments lined up as the dead period for recruiting wraps up.Ash, however, has hit the ground running looking to fill the void. In the span of 24 hours, Rutgers offered three dual-threat quarterbacks in the class of 2016.