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Dancing his way out through the opening on the line of scrimmage, the ball carrier shifts to his left and bursts down the left sidelines.With the ball firmly tucked away — naturally pressed high and tight against his chest with a suffocating grip locked underneath his bicep, forearm and palm — he drifts out of bounds as the whistle blows to end the play.It’s a hot, steamy Wednesday afternoon in what is the third day of practice at the Rutgers football team’s 2015 training camp.
After transferring out of East Stroudsburg, Greg Jones' next stop came at New Rochelle, New York, where he played at the junior college level with Monroe College. As a sophomore in 2014, Jones compiled 444 rushing yards and seven touchdowns on 98 carries. (Photo courtesy of Jones' Facebook account and used with his permission)
When head coach Kyle Flood fielded questions from reporters as the Rutgers football team reported to camp Aug.
Greg Jones' route to his dream school at Rutgers has been far from the ordinary. The junior running back's stops along the way include East Stroudsburg (Division II), Middlesex County College and Monroe College (JUCO.)
With drones hovering above, fans watching from the stands and on-field temperatures sizzling at the F3 practice field, the Rutgers football team concluded its first full week of training camp practice.The second of a Saturday double-session proved to be another step in the direction for head coach Kyle Flood in all facets of his team’s progression.“Very productive.
The Rutgers football team capped its fifth day of training camp clad in pads from head to toe, making it the first time the Scarlet Knights have suited up in full armor since the Scarlet-White spring game April 24.With temperatures climbing close to 90 degrees and trending to stay that way — the next four days are projected to reach highs of at least 94 degrees in Piscataway, according to weather.com — the intensity isn’t the only thing rising at Rutgers camp.And with the first double-session of August slated for tomorrow morning and afternoon, the level of difficulty doesn’t exactly get any easier for the Knights.
When Kaiwan Lewis descended upon the Rutgers football team’s training camp on Tuesday, the highly anticipated wait for the South Carolina transfer finally came to a close.At first, eyes lock on the gaping hole at middle linebacker left by Kevin Synder and his three years of experience at the position as both a part-time and full-time starter.
Referring to the work ethic and drive of junior defensive lineman Julian Pinnix-Odrick, fellow junior defensive lineman Quanzell Lambert (No. 22) said it drives him to take his approach to the game up a few percentage points.
During the dog days of the early offseason back in the April, Julian Pinnix-Odrick made his goals heading into the Rutgers football team’s 2015 fall training camp known loud and clear.Encouraged by defensive line coach Jim Panagos’ idea to split reps between his original position at defensive end with a slight move to the inside at defensive tackle, Pinnix-Odrick chalked up the magic number of 275 and used it to drive him in the weight room and on the field.
Senior wide receiver Leonte Carroo says his goals for 2015 are a 10-win season and a trip to Pasadena, California for the Rose Bowl. Carroo led the nation in 2014 with 19.7 yards per catch.
It has been six years since he has played a full season.An ankle sprain forced him to miss a couple contests his senior year at Glassboro High School in southern New Jersey and since arriving in Piscataway,
Justin Goodwin's on-field production fell after a breakout freshman season in 2013. Now a junior, a rejuvenated Goodwin appears to have bounced back after a strong spring camp and offseason.
After a year of watching and learning, redshirt-freshman Isaiah Wharton (middle) finds himself in the thick of the battle for playing time with the first team defense at cornerback.
When Leonte Carroo arrived at the Big Ten Media Day in Chicago July 30-31 to represent the Rutgers football team, he was dressed to impress.Carroo was decked out in his Sunday best — a gray suit, paired with a cream-colored shirt and plaid-patterned tie — but it wasn't the Scarlet Knight's fashion sense that drew attention.
Anthony Cioffi and Delon Stephenson still reminisce about the days spent as big-eyed freshmen arriving on campus for training camp in Aug.
When the Rutgers football team made its grand entrance to this position last year after it abandoned the sinking ship that was the American Athletic Conference, the bright lights that came with the allure and prestige of the Big Ten could have been understandably blinding.As a near unanimous decision to finish dead-last in the seven-team East Division that featured the likes of eventual national champion Ohio State among others, reporters fired off rounds of questions on those predictions pondering how the Scarlet Knights would fare in their first year at the big kids’ table.
As players report to training camp on Sunday, fourth-year head coach Kyle Flood battles the lofty expectations of competing with the elite of the conference both on the field and in recruitment. Rutgers returns to practice on Monday.
Wide receiver Leonte Carroo was named First Team All-Big Ten after leading the nation in yards per catch (19.7) and tying the school record for touchdowns with 10.
Head coach Kyle Flood led Rutgers to an 8-5 record in 2014 in the football program's first year in the Big Ten Conference.
Senior Quarterback Gary Nova set career Highs in passing yards (2,851), passing efficiency (145.3) and total touchdowns (25) in 2014.