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Of all the questions that faced the Rutgers football team's defense entering its first season under the guidance of head coach Chris Ash and defensive coordinator Jay Niemann — from the insertion three inexperienced linebackers into the starting lineup and the unknown growth of cornerbacks that received baptism by fire the year prior — the Scarlet Knights seemed to have one constant answer since they began camp back in the spring — the defensive line was going to be the strength of the team.
The Rutgers wrestling program has seen improvement at an exponential rate over the past three seasons.
MINNEAPOLIS— Two weeks ago, Giovanni Rescigno was quarterbacking Rutgers scout team offense.
PISCATAWAY—The mantra surrounding the Rutgers football team leading up to its matchup with Illinois had been that of a fresh start.
PISCATAWAY— It was hard to imagine the Rutgers football team's offense being able to put on a worse showing than it did in the 58-point shutout loss to No. 2 Ohio State last week.
David Bonagura went nearly four years without kicking a football in a real game situation.
Drew Mehringer said he felt like vomitting after the Rutgers football team converted on just 1 of 4 red zone trips in a 14-7 loss to Iowa Sept. 24.
The hype surrounding the Rutgers football team's defensive line entering the 2016 season mainly stemmed from the imminent return of Darius Hamilton to the field.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Pitted up against a potent Ohio State offense Saturday at Ohio Stadium, the Rutgers football team couldn't have asked for a better start from its defense.
The Rutgers football team was going to need to play a near flawless all-around game to pull off an upset in its Big Ten opener against Iowa last weekend.
PISCATAWAY — The Rutgers football team won nearly every statistical category in its Big Ten opener against Iowa on Saturday.
When Chris Ash left his post as co-defensive coordinator at Ohio State to take the reigns of the Rutgers football program, he brought with him the spread offense from Columbus.
It was just an ordinary Tuesday practice for the Rutgers football team during the week leading up to its showdown with New Mexico.
Another game, another erratic performance from junior Chris Laviano.
The Rutgers football team made its initiative to start fast on offense against New Mexico Saturday, but the results of the Scarlet Knights' first few drives against the Lobos' exotic defense were just the polar opposite of that.
Jawuan Harris wasn't expected to play a major role for the Rutgers baseball team in 2016.
Larry Stevens thought a joke was being played on him.
For the second consecutive week, the Rutgers football team got off to a slow start on the defensive side of the ball.
While Chris Laviano played better than his two-turnover, seven
yards-per-completion performance in the season opener, offensive
coordinator Drew Mehringer wasn't incredibly enthusiastic when asked
about the Rutgers starting quarterback's game against Howard.
PISCATAWAY — With seemingly everything going wrong for the Rutgers football team in the opening minutes of its home opener on Saturday against Howard, the Scarlet Knights were in desperate need of a big play to swing momentum in their favor.