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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.
Another week down and another loss in the standings for the Rutgers football team, who suffered its fifth straight loss last weekend to Illinois at HighPoint.com Stadium.
The ship is sinking fast for the Rutgers football team and its running out of things to throw overboard.
Although the Rutgers football team was not favored to win Saturday’s game against Illinois, the feeling was that this was its best shot at winning its second game of the season. But that was not the case.
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.
Anytime a player switches positions midway through their career, there are going to be some learning curves and growing pains as they ease into the position.
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 fell again on Saturday, losing its second Big Ten game of the season against Indiana.
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.
As many coaches say in their inspirational speeches to their teams, “defense wins championships.” But first and foremost, defense wins games, if not just one game. And that is exactly what the Rutgers football team will need to do this weekend if it hopes to get its first Big Ten win of the season.
The Rutgers football team is heading into its full eight-game Big Ten schedule this upcoming weekend, as Indiana makes its way to HighPoint.com Stadium on Saturday.
Another week, another rough loss for the Rutgers football team. The Scarlet Knights (1-3, 0-1) suffered their third straight blowout loss on Saturday, this time at the hands of Buffalo (4-0) and its stacked offensive unit.
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.
Three starts, seven interceptions, 290 yards, 1 touchdown. No, the numbers have not been pretty thus far for true freshman quarterback Artur Sitkowski — last week’s showing against Kansas, if anything, locked the door and threw away the key on that debate.
Buffalo enters its matchup with the Rutgers football team undefeated this season, and looks to leave Piscataway with that same moniker attached to its name.
After one of the worst losses in team history — let alone under the supervision of head coach Chris Ash — the Rutgers football team looks to bounce back this weekend as it returns home from its two-game road trip to host Buffalo on Saturday. The Scarlet Knights (1-2, 0-1) had a lot to clean up in practice this week after the crushing 55-14 loss to Kansas last weekend, and will need to pick up the slack over the course of the next few games if it hopes to salvage its season, before it is too late.
Three weeks after injuring himself in the first game of the season, senior defensive back Blessuan Austin will have surgery on his knee — the same knee he injured last season which also required surgery.
Fresh off of its first loss of the season, the Rutgers football team flew into Kansas looking to get its season back on track against arguably one of the worst football teams — at least record wise — since 2009.
LAWRENCE, K.S. — It has been a bad two weeks for the Rutgers football team, which just suffered possibly its worst loss under head coach Chris Ash.