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Ohio State quarterback J.T. Barrett evades pressure in the pocket as senior linebacker Kevin Snyder (right) misses a tackle Saturday at Ohio Stadium. Rutgers failed to record a sack in a game for the first time this season as Barrett led the No. 13 Buckeyes' 56-17 rout with 368 all-purpose yards and five touchdowns.
They've heard about being 19.5-point underdogs. They've heard about the 100,000-plus fans that await in one of college football's most historic venues.
Senior quarterback Gary Nova has thrown for seven touchdowns and one interception in three games since throwing five interceptions against Penn State. He currently ranks second in the Big Ten in passing yards, touchdowns and efficiency.
The Knights (5-1, 1-1) will meet with one of college football’s most prestigious programs in No. 13 Ohio State (4-1, 1-0) for the first time in history on Saturday. Ohio Stadium, also known as the Horseshoe, can seat 104,944 fans, which is the fourth-largest stadium capacity in the nation.
For some, the prospect of possibly playing in front of about 108,000 people who don’t want to see you succeed would be a frightful task.
Sophomore running back Desmon Peoples is averaging 4 yards per carry, while the Knights as a whole are averaging only 88 rushing yards per game in Big Ten play.
Remaining stuck in neutral when trying to run the ball consistently against Penn State and Michigan mounted frustration for the Rutgers football team's offensive line.
Junior left tackle Keith Lumpkin said his experience playing basketball since he was 10 years old has prepared him for Ohio Stadium, which seats more than 100,000 fans.
Redshirt freshman offensive lineman Dorian Miller said he does not feel extra nerves playing against Ohio State at “The Horseshoe.”
The overwhelming size of Ohio State’s offensive line is clear, with three of five starters standing at least 6-foot-6.
Sophomore right guard Chris Muller is preparing to start at center this week if senior Betim Bujari (questionable) cannot play.
Senior defensive end David Milewski could be matched up with 6-foot-6 and 6-foot-7 Ohio State offensive tackles this Saturday when the Knights travel to Columbus.
He hasn’t really taken snaps in basically 15 years. He’s only played the position sparingly as a second or third string during practice, and in high school he was mainly at the tackle position, occasionally playing on the interior part of the line.
Senior middle linebacker Kevin Snyder and the Knights will play at No. 13 Ohio State this Saturday as major underdogs. Snyder admitted playing on ABC can help RU gain some respect from national media. Rutgers has not played on an ABC broadcast since October 2011.
Junior left tackle Keith Lumpkin noted that if Rutgers fails to eliminate penetration from the Ohio State defensive line, it will struggle running the ball on Saturday.
Head coach Kyle Flood has been at Rutgers for 10 years, joining the Rutgers football team in 2005 as the offensive line coach.
Apparently a 5-1 start and a win against Michigan ? more than many pundits predicted from the Rutgers football team this season ? hasn’t impressed Las Vegas oddsmakers.
Sophomore defensive end Julian Pinnix-Odrick admitted to some bruises after six straight games in his first season playing for RU.
Kemoko Turay has utilized the long-arm technique since his high school days.
Senior nose tackle Kenneth Kirksey said that it is impossible to compete with Turay because of his athleticism and talent.