So much can change in a year's time. Rutgers football is a prime example.
Rutgers finished with eight wins and a bowl victory last season, but don't expect a similar result in the absence of Gary Nova.
Expect Rutgers football to struggle mightily this year and beyond.
Rutgers' 2015 season is right around the corner, but waiting isn't easy for Scarlet Knight fans. This list of the top 10 plays from last season will help pass the time.
Leonte Carroo had a breakout season in 2014, and he should be considered a strong candidate for the Biletnikoff Award in 2015.
Rutgers' backup running backs shone in the wake of Paul James' knee injury in 2014. Now that he is healthy, he should get the starting job regardless of seniority.
Rutgers needs to tweak its offensive attack for 2015, and establishing the run is an important first step.
Rutgers won big in Detroit's Quick Lane Bowl against the UNC Tar Heels, proving they're worth of a spot in the Big Ten.
Rutgers continued its upward trajectory by thrashing a talented North Carolina team in Detroit. The Scarlet Knights are primed for a strong sophomore year in the Big Ten in 2015.
Both North Carolina and Rutgers hope to close out the 2014 campaign on a high note when they meet at the Quick Lane Bowl in Detroit.