PISCATAWAY, N.J. – Rutgers coach Kyle Flood yet again stuck with quarterback Gary Nova, and this time it paid off with a bounce-back performance against Temple. Nova’s 371 yards and three passing touchdowns led the Scarlet Knights to a comeback 23-20 victory after an ugly first half.
Gary Nova threw a 33-yard touchdown pass to Leonte Carroo on a fourth-and-10 play with 35 seconds to go to give Rutgers an improbable 23-20 victory over Temple on Saturday.
The eight-play, 72-yard march with no time outs came a little more than a minute after linebackers Kevin Snyder and Steve Longa stopped Kenneth Harper for a 1-yard loss on a fourth-and-1 at the Scarlet Knights...
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November 02, 2013
Gary Nova is going to remain the quarterback for Rutgers.
Coach Kyle Flood announced late Thursday that Nova will start Saturday against Temple despite poor performances in consecutive losses.
Nova completed 7 of 15 attempts for 138 yards and threw three interceptions in a 49-14 loss to Houston last Saturday before being relieved by Chas Dodd in the third quarter.
After the game...
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October 31, 2013
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.
While Teddy and the Cards deserve a lot of credit, folks seem...
Rutgers improved to 3-0 with an easy win 28-10 win over Eastern Michigan on Saturday. But the Scarlet Knights had to earn the victory without...
Rutgers quarterback Gary Nova was forced to leave the Scarlet Knights game against Eastern Michigan in the first quarter with an undisclosed injury.
Nova hit all four of his passes on a game-opening 87-yard touchdown drive. He also took a big hit that resulted in a roughing the passer call.
Rutgers did not say why Nova left the game. He walked off the field with two staff members...
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September 14, 2013
When Gary Nova was last seen on the football field in meaningful action, the Rutgers quarterback was a shell of the gunslinger that began his first season starting with so much promise.
Nova was looking for answers after his late-season slump coincided with the Scarlet Knights dropping their final three games, including a 20-17 home setback to Louisville that cost them their first...
No. 45 Rutgers Scarlet Knights (9-4)Coach Kyle Flood (second year, 9-4 at Rutgers and overall)Returning starters: 11, 6 offense, 4 defense, 1 special teamsRecruiting rank: 41Strength of schedule: 75 The Rutgers Scarlet Knights are coming off a co-Big East Conference championship under second year Head Coach Kyle Flood who shared Big East Coach Of The Year honors with Louisville...
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. -- Gary Nova stole the show from Tyler Wilson in tonight's quarterback duel. The Rutgers sophomore's five touchdowns and 397 yards were career highs and sparked the Scarlet Knights to a 35-26 victory -- the third road win of the month.
Rutgers has named quarterback Gary Nova its starting quarterback.
Nova is a surprise starter because Chas Dodd was the favorite after beginning the season as the starter in 2011.
Gary Nova will be the starting QB going into the season: scarletknights.com/football/news/…
— Rutgers Football (@RutgersFootball) August 20, 2012
The Rutgers official Twitter feed confirmed the news...