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Avery Young listened to the Friday Night Lights soundtrack before snagging first Rutgers interception

(08/31/19 6:51pm)

Before UMass, the last play sophomore defensive back Avery Young ever made on a Friday night delivered a championship to Coatesville Area Senior High School. Under the lights of the 2017 District 1 Class 6A final on a late November night in Glen Mills, Pennsylvania, Young broke a 28-point tie when he returned an interception 72 yards for the winning touchdown. 



Rutgers Football 2019 Editors Predictions - Week One

(08/29/19 7:59pm)

Week one. A week with a unique aura in any football season. Every team has the same record, every player has the same stat line and every score is yet to go final. The predictions of beat writers and analysts across America are just that in week one, with a full season of opportunities ahead to be disproven. Can this year's Rutgers football team defy an entire off-season's worth of predictions? It starts in week one.





How Isaiah Wharton molded Avery Young into new leader of Rutgers secondary

(08/22/19 12:23am)

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. 









Decorated quarterbacks in Rutgers' history

(04/03/19 1:21pm)

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.