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The Rutgers football team walked off the turf at Ohio Stadium dazed and confused after its 56-17 blowout loss at Ohio State last Saturday. The Knights have the chance to make amends this Saturday at No. 16 Nebraska’s Memorial Stadium, which is expected to host another hostile road environment for Rutgers.
Junior defensive tackle Darius Hamilton and the Knights looked to clean up open-field tackling during practice this week. Nebraska operates a similar spread system to Ohio State.
Sophomore running back Desmon Peoples has earned increased carries after the injury to junior Paul James. Peoples is part of the tandem of running back replacements, splitting time with fellow sophomore Justin Goodwin.
As a young girl growing up in Nebraska City, Julie Hermann spent her nights and mornings staring at the likes of former Nebraska football greats Vince Ferragamo and Rich Glover.
Athletic Director Julie Hermann was born and raised in Nebraska City before playing volleyball at the University of Nebraska, where she will return with RU this weekend.
Hermann cannot remember the date she was last home, but suggested it could be many years ago. She said 20 family members will be attending Saturday’s Rutgers game.
The process of becoming one of the Rutgers football team’s top weapons started for him when junior running back Paul James went down with a season-ending ACL tear in his knee Sept. 20 against Navy.
After playing one of the top offenses in the nation against Ohio State last weekend, the Rutgers football team is now tasked with facing one of the most dynamic offenses in the country with one of the top offensive weapons in running back Ameer Abdullah.
Senior strong safety Lorenzo Waters said that each offense presents something unique that the Rutgers defense has to prepare for each week.
The last time the Rutgers football team suffered a painful Big Ten defeat, it truly moved on, and the results showed.
Senior middle linebacker Kevin Snyder (right) and the Knights will try to rebound this week from a blowout loss against Ohio State. The last time RU lost in a Big Ten game, it rattled off three straight wins. Snyder admitted the OSU defeat was easier to flush than Rutgers’ 13-10 loss to Penn State.
Junior defensive tackle Darius Hamilton said Nebraska running back Ameer Abdullah is unlike any back he has prepared for since he came to Rutgers.
Nebraska running back Ameer Abdullah is unlike anyone the Rutgers football team has seen this season and distinct from any running back the Scarlet Knights have seen in recent history.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — The onslaught was so immediate and relentless — so crisply designed and executed — that the Rutgers football team was left dazed and confused following the game the Scarlet Knights swore they couldn't wait to deliver a statement in.
Ohio State defensive end Joey Bosa records one of his two sacks of senior quarterback Gary Nova. The Buckeyes brought Nova to the ground four times Saturday as the Knights struggled to keep pace with the Buckeyes' offensive onslaught.
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.