With the high school football season now over and the never-ending bowl season now in full effect, there are plenty of big things happening across the "State of Rutgers". Find out what they are inside. Read More
With his team trailing by six at halftime, Rutgers Scarlet Knights head coach Mike Rice alerted his players that they would be practicing at 8 a.m. on Christmas Eve. How did the team respond?
RU has been able to turn their worst season in 10 years into one of their most exciting early off-seasons in nearly that time. See what Todderick Hunt has to say about the Jeff Hafley hiring.
Jonathan Mitchell had 22 points and six rebounds as Rutgers easily defeated Fairleigh Dickinson, 79-65, Tuesday night. Rutgers shot 51.9 percent and had 22 assists on 28 baskets.
Dane Miller had 17 points and 10 rebounds and Rutgers overcame an early seven-point deficit to beat cold-shooting Auburn 63-54 on Saturday in the SEC-Big East Invitational. More inside.
A trying regular season is over for Rutgers. What was once filled with promise is now in the books as a disappointing campaign where RU was exposed with plenty of holes as a program.
Rutgers' football season ended in a 35-14 loss at West Virginia on Dec. 4. The Mountaineers (9-3, 5-2) made short work of the Scarlet Knights (4-8, 1-6) for their 16th straight series victory.
RU did not finish bowl eligible and now has the next two months to figure it all out. And to make matters worse, most of Rutgers' rivals were bowl eligible, with Temple not getting an invite at 8-4.
We can sit here and look at stats all day. We can examine match-ups and who is hot along with who isn't. At the end of the day, you still have to show up and play the game. Look inside.
Are you wondering where the advantage for each team lies in the Rutgers-West Virginia matchup this week? SOR has you covered. Before watching the Scarlet Knights season finale, look inside!
Struggling through its worst season in six years, Rutgers (4-6, 1-5 Big East) attempts to stop a five-game losing streak as it visits a place where it has never won. Find out more inside.
This past weekend there was a lot of football being played throughout the country including within the Big East. The league has regressed this year without any teams being ranked in the Top 25.
StateOfRutgers.com Blogger Brian Sokolowski examines what he feels are the Top 5 reasons for Rutgers' recent regression. Take a look at this interesting perspective on things inside.
It's official: Rutgers (4-7, 1-5) will post a losing record for the first time in six years after getting beat soundly 41-13 by Louisville (6-6, 3-4) on Nov. 27. What did we learn from the home finale?
The loss was the fifth straight for Rutgers (4-7, 1-5 Big East), ending any chance it had of going to a bowl game for the sixth straight year under Greg Schiano. Find out more inside.