PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Rutgers held its last full practice before Thursday's showdown with Louisville, with a BCS berth on the line. After the practice, coach Kyle Flood updated Rutgers' injuries, discussed Louisville quarterback Teddy Bridgewater's health and touched upon the recruiting significance of the game.
Rutgers held its last practice of the regular season. All that is left is a Wednesday walk-through and Thursday's game prep as the Scarlet Knights look to clinch their first BCS bowl bid.
The winner of the game against Louisville will go to either the Sugar Bowl or the Orange Bowl, so the stakes are huge.
Following Thursday's practice, Rutgers coach Kyle Flood talked about the game, the injuries surrounding it, and the impact on recruiting such a game will have.