This week is going to be an important week for the Rutgers football team. Like what UConn went through last year, there will be a huge range of emotions the team will go through. Read More
This past weekend was an eventful one for Big East football as the conference's teams competed in close contests both between in-league rivals, and against teams from other leagues.
Rutgers (4-2, 1-0) erased a 14-point 4th-quarter deficit to force the game into the extra period. Gut-check games tell you something about yourself, and it gave us 10 Things We Learned.
SOR wishes the heart and soul of Rutgers' defense, Eric Legrand, a speedy recovery. Legrand suffered a neck injury in the 4th quarter while making a key stop on a kickoff.
The Scarlet Knight defense allows only 3 points after halftime, while the offense compiled 20 points after intermission to fuel a comeback win. Take a look inside to find out more.
Brian Sokolowski analyzes Rutgers' contest against Army and selects who he believes to be the X Factor for Rutgers. This week, it's Sorie Bayoh. Look inside to find out why.
Rutgers (3-2, 1-0 Big East) and Army (4-2) hook up at the New Meadowlands Stadium for the first Football Bowl Subdivision game in that arena.Here are some story lines to watch.
Rutgers (3-2, 1-0 Big East), fresh off a key conference victory against Connecticut on Oct. 8, gears up for a "home" game against Army (4-2) at Giants Stadium on Oct. 16 (2 p.m. ET, ESPN3.com).
For the second week in a row, Big East football programs had a strong showing, going 3-1 in non-conference play. Rutgers ascends to No.2 in this week after discovering an offense.
Rutgers learned a lot about itself in the 27-24 comeback victory against UConn, and we gained plenty of knowledge as well. Let's take a look at 10 Things We Learned: Rutgers-UConn.
Late fourth-quarter magic is getting to be the norm for Rutgers against Connecticut, especially when it comes to true freshman quarterbacks. Look inside to learn the details of this classic contest.
No part of Rutgers' offense is as unknown as the ground attack. From game to game, we consistently see the run abandoned to throw the ball downfield. That is why it is tonight's X Factor.
Games between RU and UConn tend to be exciting, so let's hope this is no different (unless we're talking about a Rutgers blowout win, which is fine). Let's dig deeper for Story lines to watch.
SOR Staff Writer Brian Sokolowski examines Rutgers' offensive philosophy throughout the early portion of the 2010 season. What is working and what is not? See what he has to say inside.
It has been an up-and-down start to the season for Rutgers football (2-2, 0-0 Big East) - mostly down the last couple of weeks. Take a look inside to find out what UConn has in store.
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