Against the Midshipmen, senior Art Forst started at right guard for the first time this season.
"That looks like what we'll go with," Schiano said. "We're going to play multiple guys. We're not just going to play five."
By changing offensive coordinators midway through the season, Louisville head coach Charlie Strong made it even harder on Schiano to prepare on a short week.
"It's not really different, but you can see somebody else is calling [the plays]," Schiano said. "… There are differences. They haven't yet made wholesale changes.
"I think you have to watch [the film from the first coordinator]," Schiano said. "The line coach is still the same. The line coach is going to have a huge impact and input in the run game. You have to look at all that stuff."
In watching last year's 40-13 loss to Louisville on tape, Schiano said there are parts that are simply hard to watch. In the game, Rutgers surrendered nine sacks for the second time that season and Chas Dodd threw two interceptions.
"I like to try to just forget game seven on," Schiano said. "I had to watch it in preparation, but I have to tell you, it's hard to watch." Health Update
Schiano said the team is doing well from a health standpoint.
"I think we're OK," Schiano said. "I think we're in pretty good shape."