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The Rutgers Scarlet Knights and the New Mexico Lobos unveiled these patriotic helmets for their games this coming weekend. Boston College and Texas Tech have worn something similar to this during the year, and as an American you have to love this trend. It’s far better than a lot of the Pro Combat or ridiculous uniforms that I’ve seen and it’s always great when the University decides to have their football team honor the military and the country. I can’t wait to see what the rest of the uniforms will look like.Rutgers is wearing the helmet of the year this weekend twitter.com/JasonBaumRU/st… (H/T @sabre970, @jasonbaumru)— darren rovell (@darrenrovell) November 5, 2012FIRST LOOK: New Mexico’s “Heroes Day” helmets for Saturday (H/T @unmlobos) twitpic.com/bb5mvh— darren rovell (@darrenrovell) November 7, 2012
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Rutgers will be paying tribute to the US Armed forces this weekend by wearing these helmets. “We try to do this — and we did it last year for the first time and now we’re fortunate to do it again — when we’re playing Army,” said Rutgers coach Kyle Flood. “And, really, this is just our way of honoring all of the men and women around the world that serve our country and...
These Rutgers photos come from last weekend before the Scarlet Knights dream season ended with a home loss to Kent State. A 35-23 loss to a MAC team is a hell of a way to spend homecoming weekend. These babes probably just figured it was going to be another night to party after RU rolled on to 8-0…and boy were they wrong.
Win or lose, it doesn’t matter. These chicks will put...
PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Rutgers safety Lorenzo Waters got his first experience with the option last season against Navy as a reserve and now he gets it head-on as a starter this weekend against Army.
PISCATAWAY, N.J -- After a bye week, Rutgers returns to the field to host Army on Saturday and linebacker Khaseem Greene spoke about bouncing back against the Cadets and dealing with their option offense.
PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Rutgers coach Kyle Flood expects Nick Borgese to start at kicker against Army, but went in-depth on Kyle Federico and the future of the position this season. Flood also discussed a special visitor at today's practice and what it will mean when the team takes the field in 48 hours to face Army.
PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Finding a player athletic and quick enough to play quarterback and simulate Army's option attack is tough, so Rutgers coach Kyle Flood went to freshman receiver Ruhann Peele. Flood and players raved all week about the look Peele is giving, so ScarletReport.com went 1-on-1 with him to get more details.
The tenth game of the year matches the Army Black Knights (Sagarin 149, 2-7) and The Big East Rutgers Scarlet Knights (Sagarin 47, 7-1). Rutgers leads the all-time series 20-18, but has won the last 8 meetings, dating back to 1998.