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MADISON, Wis. — Three hundred sixty-four days after the Rutgers football team suffered a 37-0 loss to Wisconsin on Homecoming at High Point Solutions Stadium, déjà vu ensued in Madison.With cold and damp conditions, it felt as if the only detail that changed aside from the final score was the location and its venue.And in front of 74,575 at Camp Randall Stadium, the Scarlet Knights suffered another lopsided blowout.
Second time's the charm?The Rutgers football team arrives in Madison, Wisconsin, this weekend hoping to tame a Badgers defense that is second-best in the nation in points allowed at 11.1 per game.In the first meeting between the two, Wisconsin spoiled Homecoming for the Scarlet Knights, stifling Rutgers' offense in a 37-0 rout on a rain-soaked Saturday afternoon last November.
If last weekend’s 49-7 blowout loss in front of a sellout crowd at High Point Solutions Stadium to No. 1 Ohio State was frightening, then things have the potential to become downright terrifying on Halloween when the Rutgers football team plays its next game.The idea of taking on Wisconsin (6-2, 3-1) in itself isn’t the scary part.
Tanner McEvoy was the 2010 Player of the Year in New Jersey as a quarterback in his senior season at Bergen Catholic High School, amassing 3,460 yards of offense and accounted for 46 touchdowns as a dual-threat quarterback.
Head coach Kyle Flood was involved in recruiting Wisconsin two-way player Tanner McEvoy as a quarterback out of Bergen Catholic High School (New Jersey).
Junior running back Corey Clement ran for 949 yards at an average of 6.5 yards per carry for Wisconsin in 2014. Clement is listed as questionable for Saturday's game in Madison, after being sidelined for most of the 2015 season with a groin injury.
Senior running back Paul James has rushed for more yards in the last three games than he had accumulated in the first four for Rutgers in 2015. Against then-No. 4 Michigan State, Indiana and No. 1 Ohio State James totaled 172 yards, averaging 9.6 yards per carry.
Their bond can be traced back to 1999 when the Clement family moved from Philadelphia to a small town in southern New Jersey.
After two of the best performances in his young collegiate career, Chris Laviano looked like he was finally beginning to turn the corner for the Rutgers football team.In a tightly contested battle with then-No. 4 Michigan State and a 25-point comeback victory over Indiana the very next week, the sophomore quarterback appeared ready as ever for the challenge No. 1 Ohio State posed last Saturday night at High Point Solutions Stadium.But the Glen Head, New York, native did exactly the opposite, turning in the worst of his six starts under center with 10-of-20 passing for 117 yards and an interception as the Scarlet Knights (3-4, 1-3) struggled mightily on offense all night long in a 49-7 blowout loss to the Buckeyes (8-0, 4-0).“Ultimately, we just didn’t make enough plays and played pretty poorly.
After licking the wounds left from a 49-7 rout at the hands of No. 1 Ohio State last Saturday at High Point Solutions Stadium, the Rutgers football team has quickly turned its attention to this week's game.
Junior wide receiver Andre Patton caught his first touchdown pass of the season in the waning moments of the 49-7 loss to Ohio State Oct. 24. Patton sits second on the team with 307 receiving yards in 2015.
Junior offensive tackle JJ Denman said the Knights will look to get off to a fast start against Wisconsin when Rutgers heads to Camp Randall for Halloween.
For the first time in almost two months, Hayden Rettig dropped back to pass in a live game.With the opposing pass rush swarming in his face as the pocket collapsed, the sophomore quarterback unloaded and heaved a bomb down the right sideline.
Any team that faces No.1 Ohio State is forced to determine what aspect of the Buckeye offense it will attempt to contain.But it is difficult to pick your poison when you’re options are all equally potent.
Senior strong side linebacker Quentin Gause attempts to corral running back Ezekiel Elliott in Rutgers' 49-7 loss to No. 1 Ohio State Saturday night at High Point Solutions Stadium. Gause set a career-high with 15 tackles in defeat.
PISCATAWAY — For a moment, the Rutgers football team looked like it actually stood a chance with the best team in college football.Midway through the second quarter, the Scarlet Knights were still in the thick of a 7-0 ballgame against No. 1 Ohio State.
Head coach Kyle Flood returns to the home field sidelines at High Point Solutions Stadium when Rutgers hosts No. 1 Ohio State on Saturday night at 8 p.m. It marks the first time in program history for the Knights playing in the primetime slot on ABC Network.
Senior kicker Kyle Federico’s 26-yard field goal sealed the comeback win for Rutgers at Indiana, equal to the largest comeback ever at RU.
Two weeks after the Rutgers football team duked it out with then-No. 4 Michigan State under the lights on national television, another top-five opponent comes marching on into High Point Solutions Stadium.And this time, the stakes are twice as high.For the first time since Miami came to town in 2002, the Scarlet Knights (3-3, 1-2) host the No. 1 team in the country when Ohio State (7-0, 3-0) storms the Banks on Saturday night.As if the pressure of playing college football’s perennial powerhouse wasn’t enough, Rutgers will do it in front of a national television audience on ABC Network for the first time in program history.
Junior weak side linebacker Steve Longa leads the Big Ten Conference with 11 tackles per game and stands second in the country with 45 solo tackles.