There is an abundance of great college football action Saturday, and we will be one step closer to figuring out who will play in this season’s big bowl games.
It’s a benchmark Rutgers was on the verge of reaching a year ago, only to lose to Connecticut in the regular season finale. The memory still stings.
Conference commissioners will meet Monday, hoping to decide whether to have a six- or seven-game format for the new college football playoff.
Oregon is No. 1 in The Associated Press college football poll after Alabama gave up the top spot following a loss to Texas A&M.
Johnny Manziel and No. 15 Texas A&M shook-up the national championship race by beating No. 1 Alabama 29-24 on Saturday.
Rutgers survived a valiant effort by mistake-prone Army in posting a 28-7 victory Saturday.
And so while the Scarlet Knights (7-1) certainly want to get on the field and win again, no question, they also want to provide a little distraction from Superstorm Sandy for their state.
Rutgers must take make the most of the bye last week and this week’s practices to regroup and refocus and make that last game a flash in the pan.
The Syracuse Orange snapped their winning streak as they fell to 35-24.
Notre Dame are ready to write a new chapter in their illustrious history.
Rutgers Loses Undefeated Record In Shock Upset To Kent State Nova Throws 6 Interceptions In Loss
Gary Nova threw four touchdown passes in the second half to lead No. 19 Rutgers to a 35-10 comeback victory over Temple on Saturday.
Rutgers’ outside linebacker Khaseem Greene has been named the Walter Camp National Defensive Player of the Week.
The top five in The Associated Press college football poll has been rearranged for a second straight week.
No. 20 Rutgers rode its defense and special teams to a 23-15 victory over Syracuse on Saturday.