"They've got a tremendous defense," Schiano said. "They're fifth in the nation in scoring defense, seventh in the nation in total defense, 13th in rush defense. They're very balanced, they hit their gaps right on run fits (hit the gaps in the offensive line).
Rutgers coaching staff welcomes suggestions from all - Courier News
Human nature will lure Notre Dame to dismiss Rutgers, a dangerous trap the Irish should be savvy enough to avoid after their last two mistake-prone performances, but always a coach's worst fear.
SouthBendTribune.com: ND battles human nature and Rutgers
have never liked the off weeks. It just takes all the momentum out of you. You just can't seem to get back up to the same level of intensity as before. I sit here trying to write this article and I feel lethargic, almost apathetic really. I have no real plans for Saturday. I haven't even looked at the TV schedule and haven't invited anyone over to watch this game.
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Rutgers-Notre Dame scouting report - Courier News
C. Vivian Stringer will be 3,000 miles away from Philadelphia's Liacouras Center when Temple hosts Rutgers in a men's basketball game Sunday. "I'm sorry that we are out of town because I would love to see that," said Stringer, whose Rutgers women's team is on a West Coast swing this weekend. It's probably just as well that Stringer can't attend.
Greg Tufaro: Stringer will miss Rutgers' game with Temple - Courier News
STANFORD, Calif. - Azella Perryman scored five of her 15 points in the final three minutes, and fifth-ranked Stanford held off Rutgers 64-60 as both began the season last night. Sebnem Kimyacioglu and Kelley Suminski of Fordham had 12 points apiece as Stanford opened at home for just the fourth time in 11 years. T'Nae Thiel had 10 points and nine rebounds.
Stanford holds off Rutgers
Azella Perryman scored five of her 15 points in the final three minutes, and fifth-ranked Stanford held off Rutgers 64-60 Friday night in the season opener for both teams. Sebnem Kimyacioglu and Kelley Suminski had 12 points apiece as Stanford opened at home for just the fourth time in 11 years. T'Nae Thiel had 10 points and nine rebounds.
Rutgers' rally falls short in opener against No. 5 Stanford - Courier News
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