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Last week, sports editors Jackson Thompson and Jake Schmied went 3 for 6 on predictions against UMass. An opponent like the Minutemen could lead one to predict a lot of things to in favor of the Rutgers football team, but things get a little harsher with an opponent like No. 20 Iowa.
No. 20 Iowa's Kinnick Stadium is the seventh-largest Big Ten venue for college football, notorious for serving as a hostile environment.
Just several days after the Rutgers football team broke its 11-game losing streak in a 28-point victory over UMass, junior running back Raheem Blackshear was selected to the Pro Football Focus (PFF) Big Ten Team of the Week.
Former wide receiver Leonte Carroo stood on the sidelines adjacent to the Rutgers football team's bench watching the top wideout on the Scarlet Knights (1-0) tear up a UMass defense.
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.
Transferring into the Big Ten, a conference that boasts the most-ranked teams (seven) in this season's inaugural AP Top 25 Poll, can be intimidating. Especially when a loaded schedule competing against the likes of Michigan, Michigan State and Ohio State is a year-long commitment.
Before the Rutgers football team starts up its training camp on July 31, head coach Chris Ash and several student athletes made the trip to the Hilton Chicago for the annual Big Ten Football Media Days.
For the first time in the past five seasons, the Rutgers men’s golf team has a student athlete capture an end-of-season award from the Big Ten.
In its 150-year history as one of the oldest collegiate football programs, the Rutgers football team has consistently produced NFL players on the defensive side of the ball, particularly the secondary.
Senior defensive backs Blessuan Austin and Saquan Hampton are moving up to the highest level of football. The two individuals on the Rutgers football team were picked in the NFL Draft by the New York Jets and the New Orleans Saints, respectively, last Saturday in Nashville.
It has been more than a decade since Rutgers fielded men’s and women’s fencing teams at the NCAA Division I level. The Rutgers Athletics went out to cut the teams, along with its oldest sport, men’s crew, back in 2006-2007, an academic year where the football team was ranked No. 16 in the nation.
After becoming the second Rutgers wrestler to win the NCAA Championships in his weight class just four weeks earlier, graduate student 149-pounder Anthony Ashnault earned a gold medal for Team USA in the 70-kilogram (approximately 154 pounds in the weight class) match at the Pan American Championships.
The Rutgers men's and women's basketball teams unveiled their Big Ten opponents for the upcoming 2019-2020 season, marking Scarlet Knights' fifth season in the conference.
With four months left until the start of training camp, the Rutgers football team concluded its spring practices with the traditional Scarlet-White Game this past Saturday.
For the Rutgers men’s basketball team, transitioning from the Big East to the Big Ten, a powerhouse league where the likes of Michigan, Michigan State and Wisconsin reign supreme, has been challenging to say the least.
Rutgers broke ground on the $65 million Gary and Barbara Rodkin Academic Success Center that will serve approximately 650 student athletes at a ceremony on Saturday, promising top-notch academics for current and future Scarlet Knights.
After it lost 14-10 to Michigan State in the final week of the 2018 season, the Rutgers football team and head coach Chris Ash turned their heads to the upcoming season, hoping for improvement from a fourth-straight year with a losing record.
Eight student athletes on the Rutgers swimming and diving team will travel to the Scandinavian region of Europe for the 2019 Swim Open Stockholm in Stockholm, this weekend.
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.
In its third race of the spring season, the Rutgers rowing team captured four first-place finishes in events en route to winning the 12-team field Doc Hosea Invitational, last Saturday.