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D.C. Jefferson went 29 games in between his first and second touchdowns for the Rutgers football team, starting the majority of them at tight end. But after two offensive coordinators left Piscataway in as many years, first-year play-caller Dave Brock might offer a solution.
Mark Harrison’s touchdown Saturday at Temple was so inconspicuous, not even Harrison knew its importance. But after a sliding five-yard grab, Harrison quietly moved into a four-way tie for fourth place on the Rutgers football team’s career touchdown receptions list.
Under defensive coordinator Robb Smith, holding opponents to field goals is not enough. The Rutgers football team’s former special teams coordinator also expects it to block their attempts.
PHILADELPHIA — The mild-mannered Kyle Flood offered no words of motivation Saturday, no antidote to the Rutgers football team’s offense’s first-half woes. He deferred to the Scarlet Knights’ veterans, who sat inside the locker room at Lincoln Financial Field staring down a 10-point deficit.
NEW YORK CITY — A punching bag draped with unflattering newspaper clippings still rests inside the Rutgers men’s basketball team locker room after two years. Junior guard Mike Poole said the Scarlet Knights no longer add to it, but still look at it from time to time.
After playing three different positions in less than two years, Marcus Thompson has started four games this season for the Rutgers football team in his most recent one. It is part of a transition that spans two coaching staffs, four position coaches and three springs.
Khaseem Greene is not shy in his defense of the Rutgers football team’s linebacker corps, which he says is the best in the nation. But after the defense surrendered more than 350 yards passing Saturday for the second time this season, he realizes its opponent has its own argument to make.
Before an early third-quarter field goal attempt Saturday, Duron Harmon pulled a pair of teammates aside, noticing a weakness in Syracuse’s blocking scheme.
Despite a No. 2 run defense nationally, a Big East-best plus-nine turnover margin and a zero percent fourth-down conversion rate, one glaring omission remains for the Rutgers football team’s front four.
Scott Vallone grew up along New York’s 118-mile Long Island expanse rooting for Syracuse. The Rutgers football team’s senior defensive tackle joked as a kid about playing for the Orange, who once ruled among allegiances in the Northeast.
While a trio of physically imposing wide receivers for the Rutgers football team earn credit for extending run plays, one who stands at only 6-foot delivered arguably the most iconic run block of the season.
Savon Huggins insists he never lost confidence after sitting out two games because of a lower leg injury — his second in as many seasons. But the sophomore running back said he gained some against Connecticut last Saturday, when Huggins earned his first touches for the Rutgers football team in nearly a month.
Scott Vallone is sore. He usually is following Saturdays in the trenches, but after returning to nose tackle from the three-technique position for the Rutgers football team against Connecticut, Vallone is more aware of it.
Steve Beauharnais could sense the potential. The factors — more than 50,000 fans at High Point Solutions Stadium, a bye week and heaps of praise to anyone willing to listen — provided a ripe atmosphere for it.
As Mark Harrison peered into the Arkansas night Sept. 22, he had an opportunity to accomplish something he had not in nearly two years. The moment he had waited for since then lasted only eight seconds.
Khaseem Greene earned Big East Co-Defensive Player of the Year honors last year, posted a career high in tackles and is the emotional leader of an undefeated team.
When someone talked to Wayne Warren about playing second-team defense, the senior safety was quick to say he is more of a “1a” player than No. 2.
The Rutgers football team lost its second starter in less than a week yesterday, when head coach Kyle Flood announced Isaac Holmes will miss the rest of the season.
Savon Huggins said he is excited to get his feet wet again, and for good reason. For the past three weeks, they have only sat at the bottom of cold tubs and swimming pools at the Rutgers football team’s Hale Center complex.
It took Leonte Carroo only one preseason scrimmage to earn his unofficial welcome to the Rutgers football team, served up by senior linebacker Khaseem Greene after Carroo crossed the middle of the field.