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As soon as Chris Laviano shoved the ball into No. 7’s stomach on the handoff, Robert Martin’s eyes were set on the end zone.With senior fullback Sam Bergen out of the backfield and junior Chris Muller pulling from his right guard position on the offensive line, the two paved the way as lead blockers on a counter to the left.On the play, a first-and-goal from the nine-yard line, the hole that initially opened up might as well have looked like the red sea in the sophomore running back’s eyes.But before he could get completely through the open space and past the second level of the defense, Demetrius Cooper spun around in an attempt to escape Muller’s block.As he fell to the ground with Muller tumbling down with him, the Michigan State defensive end’s body clipped Martin’s feet just enough to preserve the touchdown — and eventually the game.“I just know my linemen were executing that whole entire drive,” Martin said.
As a senior captain, Quentin Gause’s leadership is unquestioned. The well-spoken strong side linebacker provides a powerful vocal presence to the Rutgers football team’s locker room.But in his last time out on the field, Gause led by example.The Scarlet Knights (2-3, 0-2) have shot down the idea of moral victories from their latest loss, a heart-throbbing 31-24 defeat at the hands of then-No.
With six minutes remaining in the first half, the Rutgers football team held a tenuous 14-10 lead over then-No.
The significance of his contribution to the Rutgers football team cannot be calculated based upon wins and losses.Norries Wilson took over the Scarlet Knights (2-3, 0-2) amid unprecedented controversy and chaos in the program.Wilson went 1-2 in three games as head coach of the Knights.
As a leader on the field for Rutgers, junior defensive tackle Julian Pinnix-Odrick said the Knights need to overcome adversity following their 31-24 loss to No. 4 MSU. Pinnix-Odrick echoes Norries Wilson’s approach in leading Rutgers during a tumultuous time for the program.
While his record as interim head coach reads 1-2, Norries Wilson provided leadership and personality in a tough time to keep Rutgers together.
After three weeks away from the sidelines and the podium, Rutgers head football coach Kyle Flood made his first public comments Monday afternoon since receiving his full reinstatement from President Robert L.
While it likely did not determine the outcome at High Point Solutions Stadium Saturday night, Chris Laviano's 4th-and-21 spike into the block "R" at midfield with three seconds left on the game clock drove a stake through the Rutgers football team's hopes for a monumental upset over No.
After everything the Rutgers football team had done to set itself up for an opportunity to shock the world with an upset over No.
Believe it or not, the top two quarterbacks in the Big Ten — at least in terms of pass efficiency — will take the field at High Point Solutions Stadium on Saturday night when the Rutgers football team duels with No.
As he walks through the arrival terminal at John F. Kennedy International Airport, he acts as if he had been privy to the surroundings several times before.
Junior Steve Longa, middle, waited five long years before being reunited with his father, Etienne, who left their native Cameroon to make a better life for his family.
Weak side linebacker Steve Longa leads the Scarlet Knights in total tackles with 39 in 2015. The total stands fifth in the Big Ten and among the top 25 in the nation this season. Longa is also the active leader in tackles for Rutgers, tallying 264 over the course of his career on the Banks.
The best always want to beat the best.One look at the conference schedule for the Rutgers football team reveals a gauntlet of games against polished opponents.The Big Ten Conference boasts five teams ranked in the most recent Associated Press Top 25, with the Scarlet Knights (2-2, 0-1) facing two of the AP's top-five over the next three weeks with upstart Indiana (4-1, 0-1) sandwiched in between.
In each of the Rutgers football team’s two losses this fall, the Scarlet Knights’ defense has plain and simply been gashed in one of two ways.Roughly one month ago, Washington State handed Rutgers its first loss of the season. In the Knights’ 37-34 meltdown, Luke Falk picked apart a young and inexperienced Rutgers secondary stepping directly into the ring of fire against the Cougars’ air raid attack.The sophomore quarterback virtually fired passes until his arm fell off, going 47-for-66 with 478 pass yards and four touchdowns through the air.
I arrived at Spartan Stadium a generous three hours before kickoff this past Saturday. Fans, friends and family were taking tours around the eighth floor as the beat reporters slowly strolled in.
When Michigan State rides into Piscataway to take on the Rutgers football team in a primetime 8 p.m.
For the first time in more than a month, the Rutgers football team has a reason to be excited.The Scarlet Knights (2-2, 0-1) announced Wednesday that star wide receiver and team captain Leonte Carroo was reinstated after serving an indefinite suspension as a result of simple assault charges that were ultimately dropped.Interim head coach Norries Wilson announced on Thursday that Carroo will play Saturday night when the Knights host No.
Before the Rutgers football team's season began, the Scarlet Knights' running back room declared itself one of the best groups of backs in not only the Big Ten, but the nation.With four different running backs that all bring something different to the table, it was hard to take a side against the Knights' backfield.