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Three starts, seven interceptions, 290 yards, 1 touchdown. No, the numbers have not been pretty thus far for true freshman quarterback Artur Sitkowski — last week’s showing against Kansas, if anything, locked the door and threw away the key on that debate.
Three weeks after injuring himself in the first game of the season, senior defensive back Blessuan Austin will have surgery on his knee — the same knee he injured last season which also required surgery.
Fresh off of its first loss of the season, the Rutgers football team flew into Kansas looking to get its season back on track against arguably one of the worst football teams — at least record wise — since 2009.
A member of the Rutgers wrestling team has been charged with aggravated assault.
For most student athletes — at least to the public — it seems like they are more like athlete students, where the emphasis is placed more on their sport rather than their education. But for players like Zack Heeman on the Rutgers football team, the student definitely comes first.
Head coach Chris Ash said earlier in the week that this week’s game against Ohio State would be a good measuring stick to see where his Rutgers football team ranked.
They say history tends to repeat itself, and while that may be true the Rutgers football team is hoping history is kind to it this weekend when the Scarlet Knights (1-0) square off against No. 4 Ohio State.
At the start of every new season lies a chance for a new beginning. Whatever happened the year before no longer matters as every team in the country starts out with a clean sheet.
It took 17 days of summer practices, but the wait is finally over.
Summer has come and gone as the calendar has flipped to mid-August. For the Rutgers football team, that means the season is right around the corner. But, thanks to head coach Chris Ash, practices have already been in full swing as the Scarlet Knights look to take another step in the right direction this year.
In its first time stepping out on the field in a game-type setting, the Rutgers football team broke the scoreboard as the Scarlet and White teams tied at 132 using a special scoring system.
The Rutgers football team finished day 12 of spring practices on Tuesday and are now one step closer to the Scarlet-White game on Saturday.
On Tuesday, the Rutgers Athletic Department announced Rutgers gymnastics head coach Louis Levine will not be returning next year.
As the Rutgers football team inches closer and closer to the start of the season, spring practices become more and more intense. And it’s no different for the defensive line.
Practice 4 of 15 is in the books for the Rutgers football team and head coach Chris Ash is happy with what he has seen so far.
It was a historic weekend for the Rutgers wrestling team in Cleveland, Ohio, as the team produced a national finalist for the first time in program history, two All-Americans and placed a program-best 11th with 42.5 total team points at the NCAA Championships.
The season all comes down to this — the next three days at the 2018 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships in Cleveland, Ohio. And for six athletes on the Rutgers wrestling team, this is what they’ve been training for all year.
The season remains alive for five members of the Rutgers wrestling team after reaching the podium at the Big Ten Championships in East Lansing, Michigan over the weekend.
After a grueling regular season, the Big Ten Championships is finally here for the Rutgers wrestling team.
After a bit of a midseason lull, the Rutgers wrestling team finished out the regular season with its best wrestling of the year — just in time for tournament season.