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The biggest story of the first spring game since Chris Ash became the head football coach at Rutgers continued to be the same as the final spring game of former head coach Kyle Flood’s tenure on the Banks — a quarterback competition between junior quarterbacks Chris Laviano and Hayden Rettig.
The Rutgers football team culminated all the work it’s put in over the spring in its 15th meeting of the season Saturday night.
One month and 15 practices after beginning its collective preseason preparations, the Rutgers football team will display what it’s learned.
Trey Sneed arrived at Rutgers as an early-enrollee member of the Rutgers football team in January, joining the team for some of the most brutal winter workouts the current members of the roster could remember.
The Rutgers football team gathered at the Rutgers Indoor Practicing and Conditioning Facility on Saturday morning for spring practice number 11, but unlike the 10 practices before it, it had a few extra guests.
The sun shone bright and the wind breezed lightly for the first time this spring Thursday morning, allowing the Rutgers football team to take its 10th meeting of spring practice outside to the F3 practice field.
The tight ends on the Rutgers football team wouldn’t be blamed for breaking a sweat when they heard head coach Chris Ash make it clear he wanted to bring a spread offense to the Banks after more than a decade of pro-style offense.
Not many ears perked up when Aaron Henry was officially announced as the assistant defensive backs coach for the Rutgers football team Dec. 28 to become the sixth assistant named to Chris Ash’s staff.
The Rutgers football team finished the 2015 season ranking in the bottom three of all major defensive categories in the Big Ten, a huge reason for the 4-8 record it had come December.
When the Rutgers football team hits the field at High Point Solutions Stadium this fall in what will be the first season with head coach Chris Ash and his staff at the helm, there will be big questions in the minds of the fans in the stands.
Before leading the Rutgers wrestling team to the best season in program history last winter, Scott Goodale was standing on the sidelines of High Point Solutions Stadium calling plays as the offensive coordinator at Jackson Memorial High School in the New Jersey State Championship game.
There was a minute remaining in the Rutgers football team’s contest against Nebraska at High Point Solutions Stadium last November when it happened. The score was 31-14 in favor of the visitors, leaving close to no hope remaining for the Scarlet Knights as they drove down field.
The Rutgers football team is living by many mottos in its first season under head coach Chris Ash.
When thinking about the power spread offense head coach Chris Ash and his staff are looking to implement in the Rutgers football team, the things that come to mind include jet sweeps, stretching the field with passing and the quarterback operating out of the shotgun.
A week following the first practice of the spring, the Rutgers football team continued to slowly inch along in its preparation for its first season under head coach Chris Ash with the fourth practice of the preseason.
As scouts from 28 different NFL teams piled into the Rutgers Indoor Practicing Facility for the Rutgers football team’s Pro Day on March 9, its top draft prospect was standing on the sidelines in street clothes.
Jay Niemann has been in football for more than 30 years, coaching at seven different schools in all three NCAA Divisions before arriving in Piscataway to take charge as the defensive coordinator and linebackers coach at Rutgers under Chris Ash.
When head football coach Chris Ash made it known he and offensive coordinator Drew Mehringer planned on implementing the spread offense in Piscataway, few members of the Rutgers football team were as excited as sophomore quarterback Giovanni Rescigno.
After months of conditioning work and drills, the Rutgers football team took the field at the Indoor Practice and Conditioning Facility, also known as the bubble, for the first day of Spring practice Thursday.
With National Signing Day over and done with, the Rutgers football team has set its focus on the next step of preparations for the 2016 season.