Found October 08, 2011 on Pitt Blather:

With an offense that looks so much and nothing like what we have watched the prior couple of years, Rutgers has that similar taste only blander. A little flat, but tolerable if you don’t think too much about it.

Game time and liveblog at 3:30 on ESPNU. Pam Ward and Dan Hawkins will be raping our ears with the call. Not sure what kind of turnout Rutgers will have on Yom Kippur, or how enthusiastic they will be. But at least the Scarlet Knight fans will have that excuse at the ready if the attendance sucks.

Sunset is at 6:57. It’s not like I have an alarm clock next to an iced-down Southern Tier Unearthly at the ready or anything.

Liveblog rules. It’s a moderated chat. Not every comment gets through. Especially duplicative, trolls, overly vulgar, personal attacks, or general stupidity as defined by me (like porn, I know it when I see it).

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Now "Just" A WR, Sanu Excelling

PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- The Wildcat is now a memory, and Rutgers junior Mohamed Sanu is proving his worth playing receiver exclusively. He is second in the nation with 43 receiving yards, and he is the focal point of the Scarlet Knights' passing game. So, why the big difference. examines how Sanu's preparation has changed to allow him to become the Big East...

Rutgers Rolls Through Pittsburgh

PISCATAWAY, N.J. — For the second straight game, the Rutgers defense wreaked havoc and true freshman quarterback Gary Nova did enough to lead the Scarlet Knights to a victory. With the 34-0 win over Pittsburgh, Rutgers remains in sole possession of first place in the Big East and 2-0 in the conference for the first time since 2006.

Rutgers F Lee to miss season (AP)

Rutgers will be without its top returning rebounder this season. Coach C. Vivian Stringer announced Friday that forward Chelsey Lee will miss the upcoming season following shoulder surgery. But the 6-foot-2 senior from Miami, Fla., plans to play again for the Scarlet Knights in 2012-13. Lee has been Rutgers' leading rebounder in each of the past two seasons, pulling down 7.5...

Field Hockey: Rutgers Field Hockey Travels to No. 20 Louisville

Rutgers field hockey continues an important stretch of its schedule with the first of two BIG EAST matchups. The Scarlet Knights will make the trip to Kentucky to face off with nationally ranked Louisville on Saturday, Oct. 8. The contest is scheduled for noon at Trager Stadium.

Women's Basketball: Rutgers Women’s Basketball Forward Chelsey Lee To Miss 2011-12 Season

Rutgers women’s basketball senior Chelsey Lee (Miami, Fla.) will miss the 2011-12 season following shoulder surgery. The 6-2 forward has one year of eligibility remaining and will compete for the Scarlet Knights in 2012-13.

Women's Tennis: Scarlet Knights to compete in the USTA Invitational

Rutgers University women’s tennis will travel to the grandest stage in tennis in the United States, playing in the USTA Invitational at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center this weekend in Flushing, N.Y. The event will run from Saturday through Monday. TV: CB Logan Ryan

PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Sophomore cornerback Logan Ryan made two of the team's four interceptions against Pittsburgh as the Scarlet Knights continue to improve their turnover margin on the season. Ryan spoke with after the game about his performance and the importance of stopping a spread team. TV: 1-on-1 with DEs Abreu and Glaud

PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Rutgers welcomes Pittsburgh to High Point Solutions Stadium for Saturday's Big East clash, and Scarlet Knights defensive ends Manny Abreu and Ka'Lial Glaud went 1-on-1 with to talk about it. TV: DT Justin Francis

PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Justin Francis was a huge force in disrupting Pittsburgh's offense in the 34-10 win Saturday, and afterward the Rutgers senior defensive tackle spoke about his effort, the defense, and possibly being underrated as a team. TV: On-field Post-game Celebration

PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Rutgers used 28 second-half points and four interceptions to throttle Pittsburgh 34-10 Saturday at High Point Solutions Stadium, and afterward the Scarlet Knights celebrated. was right there to check it out, and if you weren't there, or want to re-live it, here is your chance. TV: Weakside LB Khaseem Greene

PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Rutgers defense held Pittsburgh to a season-low in points in Saturday's 34-10 win at High Point Solutions Stadium, and a big player in it was weakside linebacker Khaseem Greene. After the defense forced four turnovers and amassed six sacks, Greene spoke about the effort, and about being 2-0 (4-1 overall) in the Big East.

Men's Soccer: Rutgers Men's Soccer Hosts Cincinnati Sunday

Rutgers men’s soccer (4-5-1, 1-1-0 BIG EAST) returns home to face Cincinnati (4-6-1, 0-2-0 BIG EAST) on Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at Yurcak Field in the first of seven straight BIG EAST match for the Scarlet Knights.

M. Soccer. Bearcats Travel to Rutgers for BIG EAST Showdown

The University of Cincinnati men's soccer team returns to BIG EAST play when it travelsto Rutgers on Sunday, Oct. 9, for a 2:30 p.m. kick against the Scarlet Knights.

W. Volleyball. Bearcats Tame Scarlet Knights

It took four sets, but the University of Cincinnati volleyball team defeated the Rutgers Scarlet Knights 3-1 Friday evening (22-25, 25-17, 25-15, 25-16).

Schiano not sure about quarterback situation yet

Even after a 34-10 win over Pittsburgh, Rutgers coach Greg Schiano isn’t sure which direction he wants to go at quarterback. Freshman Gary Nova got the start for the Scarlet Knights, going 11-for-24 for 174 yards and a pair of touchdowns against the Panthers, but incumbent starter Chas Dodd is still very much in the…
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