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Very unfamiliar territory in recent memory is potentially in sight this season. Now that the Rutgers football team has gotten passed playing No. 4 Ohio State last week — a game that was essentially finished before it even began — it has the opportunity to fight its way into a bowl game this season.
For most student athletes — at least to the public — it seems like they are more like athlete students, where the emphasis is placed more on their sport rather than their education. But for players like Zack Heeman on the Rutgers football team, the student definitely comes first.
Head coach Chris Ash said earlier in the week that this week’s game against Ohio State would be a good measuring stick to see where his Rutgers football team ranked.
Coming off its first season opening win in three years, the Rutgers football team traveled to Columbus, Ohio for its first away game of the season.
They say history tends to repeat itself, and while that may be true the Rutgers football team is hoping history is kind to it this weekend when the Scarlet Knights (1-0) square off against No. 4 Ohio State.
The Rutgers football team is coming off a season-opening win over Texas State last Saturday, and are now midway through preparations for a big test early on in its schedule this weekend, when the Scarlet Knights (1-0) will travel to Columbus, Ohio to face No. 4 Ohio State.
At the start of every new season lies a chance for a new beginning. Whatever happened the year before no longer matters as every team in the country starts out with a clean sheet.
For the first time in head coach Chris Ash’s term at the helm of the Rutgers football program, the Scarlet Knights won their season opener against Texas State on Saturday.
It is finally here. The 2018 season will kick off tomorrow for the Rutgers football team, as it enters one of the biggest years in recent memory — not just for the team, but for the school itself as well.
It took 17 days of summer practices, but the wait is finally over.
There are now less than two weeks out before the start of the 2018 season for the Rutgers football team, and yet, there still hasn't been an official starting quarterback named this deep into training camp.
Summer has come and gone as the calendar has flipped to mid-August. For the Rutgers football team, that means the season is right around the corner. But, thanks to head coach Chris Ash, practices have already been in full swing as the Scarlet Knights look to take another step in the right direction this year.
The Rutgers football team kicked off its first full week of practice today, quickly starting its fourth day of training camp.
The Rutgers football team kicked off its first day of training camp Friday morning, as it gets set to enter its third season under head coach Chris Ash’s leadership.
With the annual Scarlet-White game in the books and the Rutgers football team’s offseason now in an interesting but familiar spot, head coach Chris Ash and his coaching staff have a lot of work to do this summer in hopes of competing this fall.
In its first time stepping out on the field in a game-type setting, the Rutgers football team broke the scoreboard as the Scarlet and White teams tied at 132 using a special scoring system.
The Rutgers football team finished up its regular run of spring practices on Thursday morning, finally completing its 13th go around of training.
The Rutgers football team finished day 12 of spring practices on Tuesday and are now one step closer to the Scarlet-White game on Saturday.
The Rutgers football team has now settled into the thick of things during spring practices, as head coach Chris Ash, his coaching staff and players have just finished the ninth spring practice of the season.
As the Rutgers football team inches closer and closer to the start of the season, spring practices become more and more intense. And it’s no different for the defensive line.