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Defense Leads the Way for South Florida Bulls vs Louisville Cardinals
aaron lynch

The season could not have started any worse for the South Florida Bulls. They were blown off the field 53-21 against FCS McNeese State to open a four-game losing streak in non-conference play. They’ve bounced back, however, during AAC play, […]

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Notre Dame

Losing three of their four games this season to ranked opponents, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish have struggled against solid opponents. However, they have beaten five bowl bound teams and who would have thought that their win over the Michigan […]

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  Paul James has missed the last seven weeks with a lower leg injury he suffered in the third quarter of Rutgers’ 28-24 victory over Arkansas on September 21st. Despite missing four games, James remains Rutgers’ leading rusher with 573 […]

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In college football, as in other aspects of life, following the money can have its unintended consequences. So it is with the shifting conference landscape. The consequence in this case is that one of the most underrated rivalries in the […]

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gary nova

The Rutgers Scarlet Knights had a great opportunity to make a splash in the AAC race on Thursday night against the No. 8 Louisville Cardinals. They contained Heisman Trophy favorite Teddy Bridgewater for most of the night and played the […]

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Paul James

Paul James, the redshirt sophomore running back for Rutgers University, is proving to be the little engine that can. Unsigned, unheralded and unknown out of high school, the Glassboro, NJ native had the option to walk on and try out […]

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Coach Kyle Flood and his Rutgers University football team will trek across the country in their first game of the season to face the Fresno State Bulldogs in sunny California on August 29. Flood is coming off a winning inaugural […]

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2012 marked the first year for the Rutgers Scarlet Knights without the guidance of the man that brought them to national prominence, Greg Schiano. However, that certainly didn’t prove to be much of an issue as first-year head coach Kyle […]

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derek carr

Kyle Flood is hoping to lead the Rutgers Scarlet Knights to a successful farewell tour of their current conference before joining the Big Ten in 2014. Before they hit their conference schedule, however, Rutgers will have to navigate a challenging […]

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