Grant: Drops Need to Stop in Expanded Role

PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Rutgers sophomore Janarion Grant made a major impact on Saturday's 26-24 victory by moving the chains against Michigan. Speaking after Tuesday's bye week practice, Grant acknowledged that multiple drops on his part diminished his impact on the game. He spoke about fixing the glitch, and moving forward as a more reliable receiver.

Offensive coordinator Ralph Friedgen made a concerted effort to get the ball to Rutgers sophomore Janarion Grant the ball Saturday against Michigan.

On a career-high five touches (all first downs) from scrimmage for 110 yards, Grant is disappointed that it was not more after three costly drops.

Grant stated that drops are unacceptable during a post-practice interview session Tuesday. He spoke on a variety of topics, including his new offensive role and looking ahead to Ohio State.


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