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On the Gridiron
  • Rutgers kept the excitement going this weekend with a non-conference win over Army at Yankee Stadium. In the 27-12 victory, Rutgers scored two touchdowns in the final seven minutes to put away a tough Black Knight team.

  • Junior wide receiver Mohamed Sanu, with another huge day, broke two receptions records. Sanu passed Kenny Britt for the Rutgers single-season receptions record and Larry Fitzgerald for the Big East one. Sanu caught 13 balls for 129 yards.

  • Sophomore Chas Dodd returned as the Rutgers starting quarterback and had positive and negative moments. Dodd completed 63 percent of his passes and threw two touchdowns, but was also at fault on a pair of interceptions.

  • Jordan Thomas, who moved from running back to corner in the spring, broke the game open with a touchdown return off a blocked punt. Safety Wayne Warren broke through the middle on fourth down to block it and Thomas cleanly scooped and scored from 32 yards out.

  • Perhaps the most exciting moment for Rutgers, however, came earlier in the day in a pair of Big East conference games. West Virginia beat Cincinnati and Pittsburgh beat Louisville in noon games. Both results put Rutgers closer to controlling its own destiny and the Cincy loss sets up a chance for a share of first with a win Saturday on Senior Day. The Bearcats will be without quarterback Zach Collaros for the Rutgers game. He suffered an injury against West Virginia and will have surgery today.

  • New Jersey and Pennsylvania high schools are in playoff mode. Combine that with Rutgers recruiting just a handful of 2012 prospects and it makes for a fairly quiet week of news.

  • Don Bosco Prep (Ramsey, N.J.) enjoyed a first-round bye in its playoff tree, which allowed four-star safety Elijah Shumate to take his first official visit. Shumate was at South Carolina for the Gamecocks' 17-12 win over Florida.

  • Rutgers could not host recruits for a technical road game at a neutral site Saturday at Yankee Stadium. expects Senior Day, however, to be jam-packed with recruits.

On the Hardwood
  • The Rutgers basketball team got off on the right foot with a 62-56 victory over Dartmouth. Though sloppy, the Scarlet Knights left the RAC with a victory behind 12 points from Dane Miller.

  • Along with Miller, head coach Mike Rice starter junior Austin Johnson, sophomore Gilvydas Biruta and freshmen Myles Mack and Elijah Carter. With a young team and a deep bench in certain positions, Rice told he expects constant changes to the starting rotation.

  • Rutgers hits the road tomorrow for a game against Miami. The Hurricanes also won a sloppy opener against a lesser opponent, beating Tennessee Tech 69-58.

  • On the women's side of the court, head coach C. Vivian Stringer got her team ready to play and the Scarlet Knights began the year with a huge win over California. Rutgers beat Cal 73-70 behind 18 points apiece from forwards Monique Oliver and Betnijah Laney. Oliver is Rutgers' primary post player this season and Laney, a prized recruit, was in her first college game.

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