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PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Rutgers suffered one of the most heart-wrenching losses in school history Thursday against Louisville, and linebacker Khaseem Greene talked about the hurt.
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Rutgers Tonight – Week 13 Recap and PressuresAfter an average showing on Friday, I had high hopes for Saturday’s slate of games. I started the day 4-3, but lost my final three games in convincing fashion. My record for the week finished at 7-9 and left me searching for answers once again. The ACC was decimated by the SEC and I was stunned by Florida State’s late collapse against...
Louisville is going BCS bowling. On the strength of their victory over Rutgers on Thursday night, the Cardinals are all but assured of a BCS bid as the Big East’s conference representative.
Depending on the results of the weekend’s games, there could be a four-way or two-way tie atop the Big East, but Louisville will likely emerge as the winner of any tiebreaker scenario after...
PISCATAWAY, N.J. – The Rutgers regular season ended in agony tonight with a 20-17 heart-breaker to Louisville. The Scarlet Knights blew an 11-point lead in the second half to ruin its chances at making history in the BCS bid.
When the Big East released its 2012 schedule, many circled the Nov. 29 date between Rutgers and Louisville as a matchup that could decide the...
St. Elizabeth (Wilmington, Del.) wide receiver Andre Patton provided some happier news in Piscataway by verbally committing to Rutgers. The three-star wide receiver chose the Scarlet Knights over West Virginia, Purdue and six other offers.
Rutgers is headed to Orlando, Fla., for bowl season with the bid to the Russell Athletic Bowl now set in stone at the end of the college football weekend. The Scarlet Knights likely face off against ACC foe Virginia Tech based on Florida State victory over Georgia Tech Saturday night.
The final regular season game for the Cardinals and Scarlet Knights has the capacity to affect more than just their futures in the postseason. See what could happen as well as coaches' thoughts inside.