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Coming off a big win on the road, short rest and a travel day in between — not to mention schoolwork and everything else it takes to be a student athlete — the Rutgers men’s basketball team is set for a matchup against Michigan State in front of a sellout crowd at the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC) tonight at 6 p.m.
In its first road game and second biggest test of the season, the Rutgers men’s basketball team went inside Watsco Center in Coral Gables, Fla. and took care of business against Miami, leaving South Beach with a 57-54 win and a win for the Big Ten in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge.
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.
On Friday night, the Rutgers men’s basketball got its first real test of the season, a home matchup against its former Big East rival, St. John’s.
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.
After starting off the season with an appetizer last weekend, the Rutgers men’s basketball team is ready for its first meal of the year which will come in form of St. John’s tonight at the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC).
Going into Saturday’s game, the Rutgers football team knew it would need to be perfect to stand a chance against No. 4 Michigan. But, on a chilly afternoon that quickly turned into an even colder night at HighPoint.com Stadium in Piscataway, N.J., the only thing heating up was the Wolverines (9-1, 7-0).
Week 11 in college football will feature a matchup between two teams that could not have had pollar opposite seasons thus far when the Rutgers football team sets foot onto HighPoint.com Stadium tomorrow at 3:30 p.m. to take on No. 4 Michigan.
Coming off a bye week, preparation would not be an issue for the Rutgers football team, as it traveled to Madison to take on the Wisconsin Badgers.
As week nine of college football came and went, the Rutgers football team was given a chance to catch its breath and reflect on its tumultuous season. Coming off of their bye week, the Scarlet Knights (1-7, 0-5) will now head to Madison, Wis. to face the Wisconsin Badgers (5-3, 3-2) at Camp Randall Stadium.
After a week on the road, the Rutgers football team came back home for its annual homecoming game and it looked for a second like it was ready to give the home fans something to cheer for.
The Rutgers football team could not be playing against a more different offense this week than the one it played last week against Maryland. That’s the test the Scarlet Knights (1-6, 0-4) face this Saturday when they come back home and go up against Northwestern.
There aren't many adjectives left to describe this season for the Rutgers football team, but miserable might suffice.
Officially at the midway point of the season, the Rutgers football team hopes the second act goes much better than the first. The only problem is, the first six games were supposed to be the “easy ones.” And yet, the Scarlet Knights are 1-5 overall and 0-3 in Big Ten play as they enter week seven to face Maryland on the road.
The ship is sinking fast for the Rutgers football team and its running out of things to throw overboard.
Last year, almost to the day, the Rutgers football team waltzed into Memorial Stadium in Champaign, Ill. and captured its first Big Ten win of the season against Illinois. Tomorrow, the Scarlet Knights (1-4, 0-2) hope they can do the same thing, this time on their home field.
It started out better than anyone could have expected. A touchdown — in the air, at that — on the first drive of the game. But, when the clock hit triple zeros, it ended the same way it has almost all season for the Rutgers football team — with a loss.
The Rutgers football team enters week five of its season depleted, embarrassed and hungry for a win, or at the very least not a total blowout against Indiana.
Before any of the players had made their way to the media to answer questions, the lights in the room went out for a second.
Head coach Chris Ash and Buffalo’s head coach Lance Leipold go back a ways. Saturday afternoon, though, will be their first time facing off against each other at the helm of their teams.