No University can trace their football program back farther than the Rutgers University Scarlet Knights. On November 6th, 1869, a team from Rutgers lined up against one from Princeton in the first ever college football game. Rutgers would go on to win both games that season against Princeton and claim the inaugural college football national championship. Since then the Scarlet Knights have won over 600 games, 4 conference titles, and played many bowl games. Rutgers remains one of the premier programs in the Northeast, and has seen a revival of success in recent years. A move to the Big 10 places Rutgers in a conference with the best competition in the Northeast, and Midwest, and looks to help the Scarlet Knights build on what is already a jeweled history. Gamedays in Piscataway are known for being loud and full of energy. Fans should be prepared to wear nothing but scarlet and to sing R-U, Rah, Rah, loud and often. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Rutgers Scarlet Knights football tickets.
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Rutgers Scarlet Knights Football at High Point Solutions Stadium Address: 1 Scarlet Knights Way, Piscataway Township, New Jersey, 08854
The Rutgers Scarlet Knights play their home football games at High Point Solutions Stadium in Piscataway, New Jersey. High Point Solutions Stadium first opened in 1994 and can seat over 50,000 fans. The stadium is one of the newest in the Big 10 and is known for being completely blanketed by fans wearing Scarlet. A few hours before the game, fans, cheerleaders, and the band take part in helping welcome their favorite Scarlet Knights players to the stadium in the Scarlet Walk. The Rutgers Scarlet Knights home bench is on the High Point Solutions Stadium sideline with sections 122-130. High Point Solutions Stadium parking information is covered in our Scarlet Knights event guide.
Rutgers vs. Army
Dating back to 1891, the Rutgers-Army rivalry is one of the oldest in college football. The two programs are the only remaining of the original informal Ivy League schools to still field FBS programs. While the Scarlet Knights have seen many rivalries come and go, the matchup between these two Northeast neighbors has endured and continues to be one of the closest contested games in the region.
Rutgers vs. Princeton
This series holds many distinctions, including the first ever collegiate football game, and the first rivalry in the sport. Separated by about 17 miles in Central New Jersey, these two schools first met on the gridiron on November 6th, 1869. The rules, tradition, and size of the game has evolved greatly since then, but football fans across the country can trace every tradition, and historic moment back to a meeting between these schools over 150 years ago. The rivalry was discontinued in 1980, but remains the birthplace of college football.
2011 Rutgers Football Preview
Rutgers has experienced somewhat of a football Renaissance under head coach Greg Schiano, despite a disappointing 4-8 season last year. The Scarlet Knights are looking to toss that out, though, rebound in 2011 and return to the post season. With a slew of returning players on offense and a solid defense, there's no reason why they won't be playing in bowl game this year.
The offense will be led by sophomore quarterback Chas Dodd, who will be taking over the reins after starting eight games last year as a freshman. He will be surrounded by a pair of reliable targets in veteran receivers Mohamed Sanu and Mark Harrison, as well as the capable hands of fullback Joe Martinek. Freshman tailback Savon Huggins should also get a bulk of the carries.
As for the defense, the Scarlet Knights will have to improve if they're looking to return to their previous relevance in the Big East. Last year's squad was porous at times, even surrendering 69 points to Cincinnati. The key to the defense are linebacker Khaseem Greene and Steve Beauharnais, two of just five returning starters.
2010 Rutgers Football Preview
In 1869, the Rutgers Scarlet Knights won the first intercollegiate football game ever played, beating Princeton University 6 to 4. In 2010, New Jersey team is looking to show that its winning ways are not a thing of the past. Over the past decade, Rutgers has continuously been building its football program, and looks to cement its spot among the nation's top teams with a run for the Big East Conference title this season.
Since 2005, the Scarlet Knights have finished every season with a winning record, and have not lost any of their four postseason games, most recently dismantling the University of Central Florida 45-28 in last year's St Petersburg Bowl.
Head coach Greg Schiano looks to continue his winning ways with some help from sophomore quarterback Tom Savage, who threw for 2,211 yards and 14 touchdowns last season. Top rusher Joe Martinek and sophomore receiver Mohamed Sanu, who scored 17 times between them in 2009, will be Savage's main targets as the Knights try to bring down their Big East rivals. The Knights open their season on September 2 at home against Norfolk State.
2009 Rutgers Football Preview
Look for a strong season from the Rutgers Scarlet Knights in 2009. Rutgers Head Coach Greg Schiano has a roster full of talent that should translate to some big wins on the field. The Scarlet Knights will be one of the best teams in the Big East Conference.
2008 Rutgers Football Preview
The Rutgers Scarlet Knights football team has recently made a break through into the ranks of the elite college football programs in the country. In 2006 head coach Greg Schiano led the team to their first bowl game win in school history and a final ranking of #12 in the nation. The Scarlet Knights followed that up with a solid 7-5 record in 2007, and will be looking improve this year, hoping for a shot at a Big East championship and more. A home game in Piscataway this season will be a rowdy affair as hopes have never been so high for the team and students will show their fevered support.