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Transferring into the Big Ten, a conference that boasts the most-ranked teams (seven) in this season's inaugural AP Top 25 Poll, can be intimidating. Especially when a loaded schedule competing against the likes of Michigan, Michigan State and Ohio State is a year-long commitment.
In football, availability is often cited as the best ability. In 2018, alumnus and current Minesota Vikings defensive back Isaiah Wharton became only the second Rutgers football team corner to make 48 consecutive starts. The first was alumnus Courtney Greene, who achieved the mark exactly one decade earlier.
What kicker should I take in my upcoming fantasy football draft? It is a question that is as old as fantasy football itself, yet many people still fall victim to the crapshoot that is selecting a kicker. Sometimes it feels like the odds of selecting a breakout kicker are seemingly lower than winning the Powerball.
Before the Rutgers football team starts up its training camp on July 31, head coach Chris Ash and several student athletes made the trip to the Hilton Chicago for the annual Big Ten Football Media Days.
In its 150-year history as one of the oldest collegiate football programs, the Rutgers football team has consistently produced NFL players on the defensive side of the ball, particularly the secondary.
Senior defensive backs Blessuan Austin and Saquan Hampton are moving up to the highest level of football. The two individuals on the Rutgers football team were picked in the NFL Draft by the New York Jets and the New Orleans Saints, respectively, last Saturday in Nashville.
With four months left until the start of training camp, the Rutgers football team concluded its spring practices with the traditional Scarlet-White Game this past Saturday.
In 2018, the Rutgers football team’s offense suffered from excess turnovers and a lack of passing production. A true freshman quarterback and inconsistent options at wide-out anchored the inefficiency, but there was gleaming contributions by the running back core.
After it lost 14-10 to Michigan State in the final week of the 2018 season, the Rutgers football team and head coach Chris Ash turned their heads to the upcoming season, hoping for improvement from a fourth-straight year with a losing record.
The Rutgers football team holds a special spot in the now-150-year history of college football. It was at the site of the College Avenue Gymnasium on Nov. 6, 1869, where Rutgers College defeated its Route 1 rival Princeton University (formerly known as the College of New Jersey) 6-4 in the first-ever football competition at the collegiate level.
How different will Rutgers football look when spring practice starts tomorrow? Three months removed from concluding a 1-11 season, head coach Chris Ash will be leading the 105th Rutgers football team and the sixth as part of the Big Ten.
This off-season, the Rutgers football team made several changes to head coach Chris Ash’s staff as it prepares to start spring practice next month in anticipation for the 2019 season.
Senior defensive backs Blessuan Austin and Saquan Hampton will represent the Rutgers football team at the 2019 NFL Scouting Combine, from Feb. 26 to March 4 at Lucas Oil Stadium.
A man who has stood on both sides of the field for Rutgers’ most celebrated wins and a number of its most calamitous losses will be taking his expertise in defensive football to an organization that has known nothing but unprecedented success since the turn of the century.
The Rutgers football team’s head coach Chris Ash announced the addition of six recruits who, on National Signing Day, decided to play on the Banks.
It’s finally over. One of the hardest seasons in Rutgers football history has come to an end and the team can now focus on the future of the program.
EAST LANSING, MICH. — With one more game before the offseason began, the Rutgers football team had one more shot to end its losing streak and prove plenty of its doubters wrong. Even though they couldn’t get the win, the Scarlet Knights (1-11, 0-9) showed a gutsy performance in East Lansing in their season finale against Michigan State.
Thanksgiving break is finally here and that means the long and grueling season for the Rutgers football team is nearly over. Coming off of last weekend’s heartbreaking loss to No. 16 Penn State, the Scarlet Knights could use a small break before it heads to East Lansing, Mich. this weekend.
Even in 40-degree weather and remnants of snow in the corners of the field, the Rutgers football team played a game on Saturday. But it was not just any game as Saturday marked the team’s senior day — a sendoff for all of the seniors in what would be their final home game — and against cross-state rival Penn State.
The halfway point of arguably the toughest November schedule in college football came and went on Saturday at HighPoint.com Stadium, as the Rutgers football team welcomed No. 4 Michigan to the Banks.