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Week 2 GameDay Links: Rutgers v. Washington State

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Happy Gameday everyone!!!  In order to make sure you are prepared for kickoff, here are links on everything you need to know for today's game.

Kiy Hester was upgraded this week on the injury report and has been practicing in full the past few days.  His highly anticipated debut could not come at a better time, with Washington State expected to throw the ball over 50 times today.

Kyle Flood addressed the media in his weekly conference call and here is a summary along with news & notes for today's game.

If you are wondering who is expected to play in the secondary today against the "Air Raid" passing attack, here is the depth chart.  Short answer: EVERYONE!

This week we caught up with our colleagues over CougCenter, the Washington State site.  Here is my Q&A asking about Mike Leach and the Cougars, and here is the Q&A their site asked about our thoughts on the game.

Here is the OTB game preview, spoiler alert expect our running game early and often, then expect some more.

Everyone loves predictions and here are our staff thoughts on today's game.

Todderick Hunt gives a rundown of recruits and commits expected to attend today's game. 3-star cornerback Tony Butler is taking his official visit this weekend, and his finalists are West Virginia, Clemson, Arizona State and Rutgers.  He is expected to make his decision in early October.

If you are wondering what other Big Ten teams are playing today, you can find the full schedule here along with lines, TV listings and my predictions.

The ESPN Big Ten blog makes their predictions on every conference team in action this weekend.

Rutgers official site for Athletics has gameday notes here.  Also if you are attending today's game, here is a list of stadium policies. They include a polite reminder to leave your drones at home.

Apparently the people of Utah have interest in today's game, here is a preview.  A breakdown from the WSU side and prediction is here as well.

Here is TV and Radio broadcast information for the 3:30 pm kickoff:

TV: ESPNU... Eamon McAnaney and Tom Ramsey will call the game

Radio: 1450-WCTC; 97.3-WENJ; 800-WTMR; 98.7-ESPN...Chris Carlin, Ray Lucas and Eric LeGrand will call the game, with Anthony Fucilli working the sidelines

Live stream: WatchESPN

The line has been up and down all week and this morning it sits at -3.5 Rutgers.

That about does it, enjoy gameday and we will have our gamethread up before kickoff.  Go RU!!!