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ANN ARBOR, Ml -- It was a big day for the Rutgers football team, as the Scarlet Knights (2-4, 1-2) won their first Big Ten game since 2016, defeating Illinois by a score of 35-24. Stock UpThese players/coaches performed well and improved their stock.Offensive LineThe big guys at front really only get noticed when they don't do a good job, but deserve recognition for the way they played against the Illini.
When the Scarlet Knights (3-5, 2-3) fell to the Michigan Wolverines (6-2, 3-2) by a score of 35-14, it felt like a loss all the same.A loss is undoubtedly a loss, but this time around Rutgers at least has some positives to take away.
The Scarlet Knights (3-4, 2-2) will make the trip west to face off against a struggling Michigan (5-2, 2-2) side, losing out to No. 2 Penn State last week by a 29-point margin — its worst of the season.
Rutgers football head coach Chris Ash will have no problem pointing out that the only statistic he cares about is a win versus a loss.But at the same time, the second-year head man will not be shy to point out his team's struggles on the offensive side of the ball.
But the Rutgers secondary stepped up against Purdue, held the Boilermakers to under 200 passing yards, intercepted two passes and was at the forefront of a sensational defensive effort by the Knights.
It was a big day for the Rutgers football team, as the Scarlet Knights (2-4, 1-2) won their first Big Ten game since 2016, defeating Illinois by a score of 35-24.
For the first time since entering the Big Ten in 2014, the Scarlet Knights (3-4, 2-2) have strung together consecutive conference wins, earning a slow but earned 14-12 win over Purdue (3-4, 1-3) at High Point Solutions Stadium Saturday.
There was so much to like about the Rutgers football team last Saturday.It flew into Champaign, Illinois two weeks removed from a terrible loss to Ohio State and put 35 points on the board, enough to take down the Illini.
As a general rule in football, more is good.No team is going to complain about more touchdowns.
It is hard to argue that the bye week could have come at a better time for the Rutgers football team.All you have to do is look at Jawuan Harris.
Looking ahead to the Rutgers football team's homecoming game against Purdue this Saturday, The Daily Targum reached out to the Purdue Exponent, the student newspaper of Purdue.
The Rutgers football team will look to make it two Big Ten wins in a
row when it takes on Purdue in its Homecoming game this Saturday. The
Scarlet Knights (2-4, 1-2) are coming off a 35-24 road win over Illinois
where they rushed for 274 yards and 5 touchdowns in a dominating
performance.The Boilermakers (3-3, 1-2) are coming off a
hard-fought 17-9 loss against No. 7 Wisconsin and are much improved from
a year ago when the team went 3-9 and had just one Big Ten victory — a
34-31 overtime win over Illinois. Here is what to watch for when the two
teams face off at noon on Saturday.
The Rutgers offensive turned heads in the first game of the season, when it held its own and played a strong game against Washington, a team with one of the best defensive lines in the country.But that success wasn't there in a loss to Eastern Michigan and especially in a loss to Nebraska, when the team only ran for 68 yards, averaging just 2.8 yards per carry.
Leading up to Saturday’s game against Illinois, things went from bad to worse for the Rutgers secondary.
It was never supposed to be easy for the Rutgers football team in the Big Ten. But on Saturday against Illinois, running the ball was no problem at all, as the Scarlet Knights racked up 280 rushing yards"You can’t let a team run the ball like that.
Rutgers (2-4, 1-2) made the trip to Champaign to defeat Illinois (2-4, 0-3), 35-34, in what was its first Big Ten win since the 55-52 win over Indiana in 2015.
Stock UpThese players/coaches performed well and improved their stock.Offensive LineThe big guys at front really only get noticed when they don't do a good job, but really deserve recognition for the way they played against the Illini.
Looking ahead to the Rutgers football team's game against Illinois, the Daily Targum reached out to the Daily Illini, the student newspaper of Illinois.
Things went from bad to worse for the Rutgers secondary — as one game after losing starting cornerback Blessuan Austin for the season with a torn ACL — starting safety Saquan Hampton suffered a shoulder injury that could also keep him out for the remainder of the 2017 campaign.