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On Sept. 22, 2012, more than 72,000 fans packed Arkansas’ Razorback Stadium in the most raucous atmosphere Lorenzo Waters had ever endured.A sophomore at the time, Waters was making his fourth career start as the Rutgers football team’s strong safety, and it didn’t go too well.
Senior defensive lineman Dave Milewski missed his first three seasons at Rutgers after three ACL injuries. Milewski appeared in 13 games last season and has come on as a full-time starter this season. Milewski credits those around him on campus for helping him rehab his knee.
Junior defensive tackle Darius Hamilton said there will never be another Milewski because of his leadership and work ethic.
He sports a neatly coiffed hairstyle that more closely likens him to an executive of a Fortune 500 company. He wears a trimmed goatee with a larger mustache that highlights his facial hair and illuminates his superhero-esque jawline.And while he is not a businessman yet, and he hides no cape and spandex underneath his Rutgers football team apparel, senior defensive end Dave Milewski has been everything for the Scarlet Knights.
Junior wide receiver Leonte Carroo has witnessed Nova grow as a leader since the two were teammates back in high school.
Senior quarterback Gary Nova is Rutgers’ all-time leader in passing touchdowns, but inconsistencies over the years leave his legacy in question. Nova opened up this week about the amount of fan hate he has received on campus and how he opts to walk away from confrontation rather than start fights.
To this day, Gary Nova still amazes Leonte Carroo.The two became teammates when they were about 14 years old at Don Bosco (New Jersey) Prep, where some of the nation’s best high school football resides. From then until now, perhaps better than anyone, Carroo has seen Nova become a better leader on and off the field.
Head coach Kyle Flood said Indiana has one of the most talented running backs in the country during Tuesday’s weekly Big Ten football teleconferences.
Coming off a tough 13-7 home loss to Penn State last weekend, the Indiana football team enters Piscataway to face Rutgers on Saturday at High Point Solutions Stadium in unfavorable conditions. The Scarlet Knights have had two weeks to prepare for the matchup with their bye week and will have the added incentive of playing on senior day. A win will also secure the Knights a fourth consecutive bowl game appearance.
Senior nose tackle Kenneth Kirksey will possibly play his final game Saturday at High Point Solutions Stadium. Kirksey said Rutgers’ defense has to pressure Indiana’s quarterback.
The one unifying characteristic of the Rutgers football team’s opponents this season — and the past four games — has been their desire to test the Scarlet Knights’ ability to stop the running game.In the Knights’ five wins this season, Rutgers has been widely successful in limiting its opponents from getting anything going when running the football — at least at key moments in the game.
Senior safety Johnathan Aiken dealt with his mother’s murder at an early age and suspensions from high school before coming to Rutgers.
There was a time when Johnathan Aiken didn’t know when or if he was going to get his life in order, much less play major college football.
Senior nose tackle Kenneth Kirksey earned the role of a full-time starter this season after his season ended last year with injury. Kirksey said he performs a backflip after every win in memory of his late high school coach.
Junior defensive tackle Darius Hamilton said Kirksey brings an energy and excitement to the Knights’ defense.
It all started back in high school for senior nose tackle Kenneth Kirksey. It was really just something fun to do after practice and never held any sort of real meaning outside of something to fulfill Kirksey’s hyperactive nature.
Kaleb Johnson is kicking himself in the foot for not being ready to start the first two games of his 2011 freshman season.
The road to earning the full-time starting right tackle position took longer than all the other starters on the Rutgers football team’s offensive line, and the story is one of perseverance paying off.
Senior Kaleb Johnson has started in 46 straight games on RU’s offensive line.
Senior Taj Alexander arrived at RU as a defender before moving to offense.