Posted October 21, 2013 on rutgers.scout.com
PISCATAWAY, N.J. – Rutgers is finally back in game week after not playing since Oct. 10 at Louisville. The Scarlet Knights, in front of a Homecoming crowd, face the Houston spread offense with two true freshmen starting at cornerback and the conference wide open after UCF’s upset over Louisville.
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