The feel around this game should be like 2006, when the Scarlet Knights upset the Cardinals, then the No. 3 team in the nation. Now, on Thursday night, Rutgers needs that same special moment created by the best atmosphere in program history.
Maryland set the stage; Act II played out Tuesday afternoon, when Rutgers announced its move to join the Terps in the Big Ten.
A move to the Big Ten?! Canonize Tim Pernetti right now. He is in every way, every bit the patron saint that Rutgers has needed.
Maryland is set to announce it is joining the Big Ten. And it could mean a Rutgers defection from the Big East.
Savon Huggins ran for a career-high 179 yards as Rutgers defeated Cincinnati and improved to 9-1.
This is much more than 5-0 right now, this is about winning the conference and the Big East.
Already off to their best start since the magical 2006 season — the year when Rutgers finished 11-2 and won the first bowl game in program history — the Scarlet Knights need this hot start to become credible again.
For the first time since 1869 – OK, OK, for the first time in the past six years, Rutgers might finally be reaching their potential among the best teams in college football.
Gary Nova’s career day came at exactly the right time for a Rutgers team eager to prove it belongs among the country’s best.
The defining moment from Thursday night’s Rutgers win was a little moment away from the field, when head coach Kyle Flood showed that he was the right man for the job — that would be the job of winning games and molding boys into men.
A sophomore out of New Jersey high school football power Don Bosco Prep in Ramsey, Nova has enjoyed a strong training camp, hitting 22 of 32 passes for 334 yards, four touchdowns and an interception in two scrimmages.
On a day when the blue and white get a black eye, it is programs like Rutgers that shine just a little brighter.
Paralyzed ex-Rutgers football player Eric LeGrand has been selected to receive the Jimmy V Perseverance Award. The Jimmy V Award is given to someone in sports who has overcome great obstacles through perseverance and determination.
Rutgers University announced it will open up the 2012 season on the road at Tulane
What Greg Schiano left at Rutgers was a foundation, and now newly appointed head coach Kyle Flood is left to take the team to the next level.