The Scarlet Knights are trying to get back to their winning ways after a 27-point loss at Pittsburgh by looking to go 3-0 against the Bulls at Raymond James Stadium.
ScarletReport.com will be in attendance to report on the action and bring reaction from it, but ScarletReport.com also has you covered leading up to the game.
Who will make the biggest impact, who has the most to prove and who is the player to watch? Well, we've done our best to identify those things, and offer a few other fun tidbits.
2. RB Joe Martinek – USF isn't a physical defense, and Martinek's running style could wear the Bulls down. He has carried the ball 46 times for 226 yards in the last two meetings.
4. SS Joe Lefeged – He needs to break a big return on special teams, and also will have the chance to do plenty of hitting in the secondary to try and create turnovers.
5. WR Mohamed Sanu – Rutgers wants to be physical, Sanu's foot is feeling better and running with toughness in the Wildcat and finding places in USF's zone on short passes will be crucial.
2. DE Jonathan Freeny – He is a regular on this list, mostly because Rutgers' rush-end has one-half sack for a defense that has one sack in the last three games.
4. QB Chas Dodd – Many of the 15 sacks Rutgers allowed the last two games falls on the offensive line, but Dodd needs to get rid of the ball quicker in some instances.
5. P Teddy Dellaganna – Too often his punts are leaving short fields for opposing offenses. Thirty yard punts won't help, and when questions are arising about the punter, it is rarely a good thing.
2. RB Jordan Thomas – The speedy freshman had a crucial fumble in the third quarter at Pittsburgh, but was having a solid game before the turnover.
4. TE Fabian Ruiz – He is quiet, but check out the blocking when No. 87 is in the game. At some point, all the blocking may allow him to be turned loose for a pass.
5. QB Tom Savage – If he gets in the game, he has a base to work off thanks to his late appearance against Pittsburgh. He was 2 of 3 for 46 yards in his first work since injury his hand in early October.