HORU October 10, 2016

<p>“I’ve been coming to Rutgers football games on and off since the mid-90’s, and I bring my own personal antique firetruck with me to every game. I’ll always remember in 2006 when we beat Louisville. It was an amazing comeback, an amazing game and rushing the field like that is a memory you just don’t forget. I know it may not be the same today, but we’re going to get where we need to be soon enough.”</p>

“I’ve been coming to Rutgers football games on and off since the mid-90’s, and I bring my own personal antique firetruck with me to every game. I’ll always remember in 2006 when we beat Louisville. It was an amazing comeback, an amazing game and rushing the field like that is a memory you just don’t forget. I know it may not be the same today, but we’re going to get where we need to be soon enough.”


“I’ve been coming to Rutgers football games on and off since the mid-90’s, and I bring my own personal antique firetruck with me to every game. I’ll always remember in 2006 when we beat Louisville. It was an amazing comeback, an amazing game and rushing the field like that is a memory you just don’t forget. I know it may not be the same today, but we’re going to get where we need to be soon enough.”


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