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LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Rutgers cornerback Nadir Barnwell was a freshman target all night, and went to the bench for the fourth quarter. Red-shirt freshman linebacker Steve Longa finished with 11 tackles in what became a frustrating night for the Rutgers defense in a 24-10 loss.
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When you look back at the last meeting between Louisville and Rutgers, the most memorable aspect of that game is Teddy Bridgewater’s heroic efforts. Despite having a bum ankle and a fractured wrist, Bridgewater hobbled on to the field midway through the first quarter and led his team to a victory and a BCS bowl bid.
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The Rutgers Scarlet Knights pulled off a fake field goal against Louisville, but offensive lineman Keith Lumpkin really - REALLY - wanted a chance at glory.
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The Rutgers Scarlet Knights (4-1) will have their work cut out for them on Thursday night as they play against the No. 8 ranked Lousivlle Cardinals. (5-0)
Since an opening week loss, Rutgers has strung together four consecutive wins including a thrilling 55-52 win over SMU last week. Meanwhile little has stood in the way of Louisville thus...
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The game marked on every Rutgers fan calendar has arrived and the Scarlet Knights come to Papa John’s Stadium as major underdogs to No. 8 Louisville and quarterback Teddy Bridgewater. ScarletReport.com is on scene and brings you a deeper look at the action and chances of coach Kyle Flood to lead Rutgers to an upset.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- True freshman cornerback Anthony Cioffi made his significant Rutgers debut Thursday when he replaced Nadir Barnwell on the island. In a 24-10 loss to No. 8 Louisville, Cioffi saw his biggest role to date and will be needed in the bye week after an injury to starter Lew Toler.