What Rutgers Needs to Do to Beat Ohio State

“The Birthplace” will be rocking for the first prime time game in Rutgers history Saturday night. The fans can really bring it and affect the game, as evidenced by the spirited effort by Rutgers against Michigan State fueled by the raucous crowd. Here’s what RU needs to do to send those fans home happy. R-U!Continue reading “What Rutgers Needs to Do to Beat Ohio State”

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No. 17 Iowa has got their Hawkeye on the College Football Playoff

That statement would have seemed not only unrealistically optimistic but downright delirious to anyone outside of Iowa City in August. As of October 17th it would be a shock if Iowa didn’t run the table with their remaining opponents. For reference: Maryland, Indiana, Minnesota, Purdue, and Nebraska. Iowa’s wins over Wisconsin and Northwestern were farContinue reading “No. 17 Iowa has got their Hawkeye on the College Football Playoff”

What if…?-How Rutgers Can Beat Michigan State

It’s pregame warm ups, and QB’s Chris Laviano and Hayden Rettig are warming up on the field at High Point Solutions Stadium in Piscataway, New Jersey. The two signal callers stretch out, trying to get loose during the crisp New Jersey afternoon. Laviano is tense-this will be the biggest game of his college career toContinue reading “What if…?-How Rutgers Can Beat Michigan State”

Week 5 in the B1G: Indiana, Iowa Make Statements

The last play of the Ohio State-Indiana game perfectly encapsulated the theme of the entire game. Indiana battles hard-drives to the five yard line. Something goes awry-bad snap, injuries to Nate Sudfeld and Jordan Howard. Despite that, Indiana continued to battle-backup QB Zander Diamont scrambled away from the pressure and threw a catchable ball. UltimatelyContinue reading “Week 5 in the B1G: Indiana, Iowa Make Statements”