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PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Stopping West Virginia's spread offense is the key to Rutgers ending a 16-game losing streak against the Mountaineers, who visit High Point Solutions Stadium on Saturday. Rutgers junior linebacker Khaseem Greene went 1-on-1 with ScarletReport.com to discuss why West Virginia is so good on the offensive side of the ball.
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Paralyzed Rutgers football player Eric LeGrand will lead the Scarlet Knights on to the field for Saturday's game against No. 25 West Virginia.
It will mark the first time LeGrand will be joining the team coming out of the tunnel at High Point Solutions Stadium since he was hurt making a tackle against Army in a game at the Meadowlands last season.
LeGrand, who serves as an...
Heading into last weekend's action, No. 25 West Virginia and Rutgers were on course for a showdown for first place in the Big East Conference.
The Mountaineers were embarrassed by Syracuse and the Scarlet Knights gave away a game at Louisville, knocking both from the undefeated ranks in the conference.
But remember, this is the Big East. And seemingly everyone...
PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Eric LeGrand will be leading Rutgers out of the tunnel Saturday against West Virginia, and Rutgers coach Greg Schiano commented on it after Wednesday's practice. He talked about the emotion of it, as well as getting ready for the Mountaineers offense and possible poor weather conditions for the game.
PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Rutgers moved inside the Bubble for Thursday's practice because of the rain, and afterward coach Greg Schiano met with the media to talk about the worst run offense and worst run defense meeting in the Big East meeting, the emotions of Eric LeGrand leading the team on the field, West Virginia's offense and much, much more.
Rutgers’ Eric LeGrand (Avenel, N.J.) will join his teammates and lead the Scarlet Knights out of the tunnel Saturday as RU hosts No. 25/24 West Virginia at High Point Solutions Stadium.
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PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Mike Rice enters his second season as men's basketball coach at Rutgers, and he is going in with lofty goals. Rice said he wants a winning record in the Big East, which the school has never accomplished, and his players discussed why they thought that was possible.
With a Big East game looming against No. 25 West Virginia, the Scarlet Knights are hoping to boost their profile.
Rutgers wrestling fans have the opportunity to be part of the action this season with the announcement of season ticket sales and renewals for 2011-12 Scarlet Knight wrestling. RU supporters turned out in record numbers during the 2010-11 campaign which saw the Scarlet Knights win a school-record 21 duals and attain a top 10 national ranking.
Rutgers senior forward Ibrahim Kamara scored his team-leading third game-winning goal as the Scarlet Knights (9-5-2, 6-1-1 BIG EAST) defeated No. 11 St. John’s (10-5-2, 4-4-0 BIG EAST) 1-0 on Wednesday night at Belson Stadium.
Rutgers men’s soccer (9-5-2, 6-1-1-BIG EAST) returns home to face No. 5 USF (12-2-2, 7-0-1 BIG EAST) on Sunday at 1 p.m. at Yurcak Field in the final match of the regular season for the Scarlet Knights. Prior to the game, RU will honor its seven-member senior class.