Site: West Point, N.Y.; Michie Stadium (38,115)
|Nickname||Black Knights||Scarlet Knights|
|Colors||Black, Gold and Gray||Red and Black|
|Head Coach||Todd Berry||Greg Schiano|
|Conference||Conference USA||Big East|
|Record in 2002||1-11||1-11|
|Offense set||One-Back Multiple||Multiple|
|Key Players||QB Zac Dahman, WR Clint Woodey, ILB Brian Hill||QB Ryan Hart, TB Justise Hairston, WR Tres Moses|
Last meeting: 2002; Rutgers, 44-0
Army-Rutgers stats comparison
Rutgers Strengths and Weaknesses
Rutgers has a strong receiving crew led by receiver Tres Moses who is also one of the most dangerous kick returners in college football averaging 29.3 yards per return.
Turnovers were a problem in the Scarlet Knights last outing against Michigan State, as QB Ryan Hart threw interceptions at crucial points of the game. Rutgers also averages 335 yards of total offense per game and 26 points per game. Their defense isn't matching up to the offenses numbers as they allow 388.5 yards and 27 points per game.
LINKS:Official Army Football Site
Official Rutgers Site