Scout TV: How Does Rutgers Bounce Back and Push for Bowl Game after 1-2 Start

PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Rutgers likes to take things one game at a time, but we at Scarlet Report enjoy the big picture. After a less-than-ideal start to the season, Scout's Brian Dohn and Sam Hellman discuss bowl possibilities. We also look at the start of the Norries Wilson tenure and look ahead to the clash with Kansas.

Rutgers likes to take things one game at a time, but we at Scarlet Report enjoy the big picture. After a less-than-ideal start to the season, Scout's Brian Dohn and Sam Hellman discuss bowl possibilities. We also look at the start of the Norries Wilson tenure and look ahead to the clash with Kansas.

"This part's different," Wilson said at his Monday press conference. "But having to be well versed in what's going on with everything is a little bit different for me. It's taken a three extra hours today out of what I would usually be doing, having to meet with the people who have the information, so I can be able to convey it in the right way if I'm asked about it."

Coach Kyle Flood serves the middle part of his suspension Saturday against Kansas, which means he cannot be in attendance for homecoming or the Coach for a Cure game. Flood remains in charge of day-to-day activity with Wilson more involved in the Hale Center as well.

After Monday's press conference with Wilson, Scarlet Report looks at the 1-2 start to the season, the quarterback situation, Kansas and more.


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