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Dyer: Big Ten Better Not Allow Rutgers To Be Left Out In The Cold

By Kristian Dyer
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Even though Rutgers just completed the program’s most impressive season since 2006, there is a likelihood that the Scarlet Knights, despite being bowl eligible, will not be heading to the postseason. 810 more words


Having Defied Odds In Year 1 In Big Ten, Rutgers Looks Forward To Bowl

PISCATAWAY, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) — While the bowl announcement won’t be made until this weekend, Rutgers seemingly will be headed to one of five cities when the postseason games are announced. 601 more words


Ex-Maryland Head Coach Friedgen Hopes To Help Rutgers Pile Up Points

COLLEGE PARK, Md. (CBSNewYork/AP) — On a day in which 22 seniors play their final home game at Maryland, many of the players hope to embrace the coach who helped bring them to the school. 767 more words


Off Big Win, Rutgers Heading Into Difficult Spot At No. 10 Michigan State

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — The last time Michigan State played at home, the Spartans lost to Ohio State — a defeat that derailed so many of their hopes for this season. 631 more words


Rutgers' Impressive Freshmen RBs Poised For Stiff Test Against Michigan State

PISCATAWAY, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) — True freshmen running backs Josh Hicks and Robert Martin had told their Rutgers teammates it was coming.

“We hear them talk about it all the time — like ‘as soon as I get my chance you’re all going to see,'” right tackle Taj Alexander said. 643 more words


Bloody Nights

Saturday November 15th
Rutgers plays Indiana in the military appreciation game.
Camo caps with a red and blue R will be given out to students. 975 more words


Rutgers Out To End The Exploitation Of Its Defense Against Indiana

PISCATAWAY, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) — As soon as Rutgers’ inaugural Big Ten schedule came out, the three-week run of games against Ohio State, Nebraska and… 507 more words