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In 2016, Deonte Roberts and Trevor Morris were the centerpieces of arguably the biggest weakness on a 2-10 Rutgers football team.In 2017, the two junior linebackers hope to flip the script by combining a strong bond off the field with a dominating partnership between the lines.The two combined for nearly 200 tackles last year, but with teams running the ball more than 46 times per game against the Scarlet Knights, those high numbers were inevitable.When asked how a second year starting alongside Morris would help the play of the linebackers, Roberts, the starting middle linebacker, was quick to point out his friendship with his man on the outside."That's my boy.
Rutgers hit the field for its second practice of the summer in front of the media on Friday morning.
The Rutgers football team went through its first practice as a full team on Monday morning, its first time in the public spotlight since the team's spring game in April.The most anticipated story line of camp will be the competition at quarterback.
With training camp less than a week away, Rutgers football head coach Chris Ash took the podium at Big Ten Media Day to give updates and insight on the Scarlet Knights.Among the things Ash discussed was a tumultuous 2016 season that included a 2-10 record, no Big Ten wins and 4 shutout losses, 2 of which came at home." 2016, it wasn't fun.
View pictures of the new Marco Battaglia Football Practice Complex.
Griffin Whitmer / Associate Sports Editor / June 2017
"The chemistry, the brotherhood of the football team. I really like the chemistry of out team. Last year when we had offseason workouts it was all about survival and this year guys were attacking it.
With 13 practices in the books for the Rutgers football team, really one thing truly separates the Scarlet Knights from summer training camp.
Ten days out from the spring game, practice number 10 — and the second from inside High Point Solutions Stadium — wrapped up, and with less than half of the spring practice period to go, the coaching staff's observations have grown less anecdotal as the days pass.For head coach Chris Ash, there are a handful of players and units that he figures stand out from the rest of the Rutgers football team.As Ash notes, this time of spring bares incredible importance for the team's outlook heading into summer training camp, the time where him and the other coaches need to "push them mentally and physically" in order to sort out the ones from the twos even further.Some, though, have far exceeded any discussion regarding their roles on the team.
Bad news comes in twos for the Rutgers football team it seems, as the last week has proved particularly negative for those hoping the Scarlet Knights would escape its rather haunting issues of depth that plagued them from September onward last season.
Redshirt freshman wide receiver Ahmir Mitchell suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) announced head coach Chris Ash on Tuesday.Mitchell injured his knee during Saturday's practice — in which the Rutgers football team participated in its first scrimmage of the spring — and will undergo surgery.
Offensive line coach — and now, assistant head coach — AJ Blazek has had quite the offseason.On top of being promoted to the latter position by head coach Chris Ash during the first week of spring practice, Blazek maintains the job of filling three starting positions on the front line and acclimating three early enrollees to Rutgers football in true freshmen Micah Clark, Sam Vretman and Jamaal Beaty.But following Competition Saturday — where the offense and defense got their first competitive on-field action by way of a scrimmage — Blazek contended that that job was doing itself, courtesy of those stepping into their new roles seamlessly.“Our ones are starting to gel a little bit,” Blazek said.
When Janarion Grant went down at the lip of the endzone against Iowa in September of last season, much of the receiving burden then fell on the shoulders of then-senior Andre Patton and two-sport athlete Jawuan Harris.Harris, a true freshman, soundly stepped up in Grant’s absence, though with opposing coverage favoring him, the options for quarterback Giovanni Rescigno and company stood few and far between.
A black banner reading "The Hunt" is taped on the wall of the Indoor Practice Bubble, risen high enough for any player, coach or trainer on the Rutgers football team to take in the mantra head coach Chris Ash set in when he first came to the Scarlet Knights.Thursday began the second season of the Ash campaign, as the first spring practice of the year came underway, but the energy under the dome suggested it isn't much of a second season.
Welcome to the third edition of the Rutgers Roundup.Due to a pause for Spring Break, this roundup will discuss the major events of the last two weeks, a frame of time chock full of historic milestones.
For 11 recently graduated athletes and two players entering their second year of eligibility for the NFL, Friday presents
It was the low point of the Rutgers football team's 2016 season. “After the Michigan game we all really sat down, we were texting back and forth, like, c’mon bro like just think about what we’re really trying to achieve here.
After months of constant travel, communication and worries of late decommitments, the first full recruiting cycle of Chris Ash’s tenure as the Rutgers head football coach came to a conclusion on National Signing Day Wednesday.The result came in the form of a class of 29 athletes, the final of which signing 15 minutes before the Ash addressed the media.
Offensive Swiss army knife Janarion Grant announced he’ll be returning to Rutgers for his fifth-season on the Banks, he announced in a statement on his personal Instagram account.
Those worried about Jerry Kill’s playcalling abilities can all breathe a sigh of relief.