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A pair of Rutgers football players still remembers the day like it was yesterday: Sept. 1, 2012, New Orleans, Louisiana.Darius Hamilton and Leonte Carroo were two of three true freshmen making their Scarlet Knights debuts in the season opener against Tulane, and the stage couldn't have been much bigger.Rutgers traveled approximately 1,300 miles to the Superdome, home of the New Orleans Saints and host of seven Super Bowls and five NCAA men's basketball Final Fours.
With safety Delon Stephenson questionable Saturday with a lower body injury, Andre Hunt will likely see extensive time again in RU’s secondary against Tulane.
Junior defensive tackle Darius Hamilton said there is competition among the defensive lineman. Hamilton ranks third on Rutgers in sacks and second in tackles for loss.
Long before he made a game-saving sack Saturday against Navy — before he even came to Rutgers — redshirt freshman safety Andre Hunt went through so much pain that he thought his football days were numbered.
Junior defensive tackle Darius Hamilton can tell you any stat about any defensive player on the Rutgers football team.
Sophomore wide receiver Andre Patton returns from a freak upper body injury after missing the first four games of the season. Patton suffered the injury during camp.
Junior wide receiver Leonte Carroo said it means a lot to have Patton back because it adds another playmaker to help senior quarterback Gary Nova.
When safeties were rolling over to help double junior Leonte Carroo, this wide receiver could do nothing but watch.
Sophomore Desmon Peoples said he feels motivated to perform better because of his size, not just because of the injury to James.
Quarterback Gary Nova was among the first to console running back Paul James after he went down with a torn ACL on Saturday at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium.
When junior running back Paul James went down with a lower body injury early in the second quarter Saturday against Navy, the first person to run over to him was Gary Nova.The senior quarterback consoled him for a minute, tried to assess the situation and brought his hands to his head before dropping them in distress, feeling sorrow for his teammate.
Although it escaped Annapolis with a win Saturday against Navy, the Rutgers football team is already feeling the effects of going up against one of the more physical teams in the country.Sixteen Scarlet Knights litter this week's injury report ? six more than last Monday after the Penn State game.Five Knights will be out this Saturday against Tulane, including junior running back Paul James, whom head coach Kyle Flood announced Sunday is done for the season with a torn ACL.
Running back Paul James runs with the ball Saturday at Navy before tearing his ACL. James will miss the rest of the season.
Sophomore running back Justin Goodwin breaks a tackle Saturday at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, where he ran for 104 of Rutgers’ 284 rushing yards. Despite an early injury to junior Paul James, the Knights won the rushing battle, 284-171, and were able to sustain drives in their win against Navy.
ANNAPOLIS, Md. — When junior running back Paul James fumbled the ball twice — losing one — in his first five carries Saturday at Navy, it left some cause for concern.
ANNAPOLIS, Md. — Initially, very little went as planned Saturday at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium for the Rutgers football team, which turned the ball over on the first play from scrimmage and lost its leading rusher early in the second quarter.
Sophomore running back Desmon Peoples runs in the open field Saturday at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. Peoples rushed for 82 of Rutgers' 284 yards on the ground, which helped the Knights control the tempo in their 31-24 win against Navy.
Junior defensive tackle Darius Hamilton said the Knights have to dictate the movement and control the tempo against Navy.
Sophomore linebacker Steve Longa said the Knights have to be disciplined going up against a team that runs the ball 90 percent of its plays. Navy runs the triple-option offense and has only 19 pass attempts this season.