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After going 1-3 in the past four game, two of which were exhibition, the Rutgers men’s soccer team got its first regular season win of the new season last weekend.
Rutgers’ volleyball team had a strong start last week as the Scarlet Knights competed in the East Carolina Invitational, the Seton Hall Classic, as well as a home opener in between the two tournaments.
The Rutgers women’s cross country team opened up its 2017 season with an impressive showing at the 7th-annual Lehigh Cross Country Invitational at the Lehigh Goodman Campus Cross Country Course in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
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At first, when the Rutgers football team forced a 3-and-out against No. 8 Washington on its first possession, rumblings coursed throughout High Point Solutions Stadium.
When a unit that did not perform well loses 75 percent of its starters, one would think things could only get worse.
The Rutgers football team put together a strong performance against No. 8 Washington on Friday night,Stock UpThese players performed well and improved their stockHB Robert MartinWith the emergence of Gus Edwards, Martin had to transition into a backup role.
The Rutgers football team will open up its season tonight against No. 8 Washington. The game will officially kick off the 2017 campaign, one crucial to the team's rebuild led by second-year head coach Chris Ash.With that being said, it is time to do a game-by-game prediction of the season. Game 1: Rutgers vs No. 8 WashingtonRutgers is much better than a year ago, while Washington has lost a lot of talent on the defensive side of the ball.
However much head coach Chris Ash would like to deflect sentimentality from the proceedings Friday, there is no question that the season opener for any college football team holds its own weight independent from context.Ash's first ever game at the helm of the Rutgers football team took place almost 3,000 miles away in Seattle.
For starters, John Ross is gone.The wide receiver who torched the Rutgers defense in last season’s 48-13 opener in Seattle with 183 total yards is too busy preparing for his first NFL season to revisit a matchup he so relished a year ago.In other news, virtually everyone else from the Washington offense returns to a second consecutive season opener against the Rutgers football team.