2014 matchup -- Oct. 25 at Nebraska. Kickoff time and TV stadium to be determined.
Series: -- Nebraska leads 1-0
Last Meeting: -- Rutgers lost 28-0 to Nebraska in November of 1920.
It has been 94 years since the last time the Scarlet Knights and Cornhuskers clashed. The matchup pits Big Ten newcomers against each other after the Cornhuskers moved from the Big XII in 2011.
Nebraska coach Bo Pelini successfully transitioned his program into the Big Ten as Rutgers coach Kyle Flood aims to do the same thing in 2014. Both are first-time head coaches at their current gigs.
Jersey City (N.J.) St. Peter's Prep will be in the headlines leading up to game day with impact players on both sides. Rutgers left tackle Keith Lumpkin and running back Savon Huggins both have the chance to face off directly against safety D.J. Singleton. Singleton red-shirted for Nebraska last season after a year prepping for college.
Unlike most Big Ten programs, Rutgers and Nebraska rarely clash in recruiting. Incoming freshman Sedrick King was once high on Rutgers but the majority of prospects come from areas outside of the "state of Rutgers."