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Delaware at Rutgers
Where: SHI Stadium, Piscataway, NJ
Kick-off: Saturday, September 18 at 3:30 PM ET
Weather: 85 degrees, partly cloudy with a 13% chance of rain, 5-10 mph wins
TV: Big Ten Network with Lisa Byington (play-by-play), Matt Millen (color), Krystle Rich (sideline)
Stream: FOX Sports App
Radio: Radio: RWJBarnabas Health Rutgers Sports Network (WCTC 14-50-AM, WOR 710-AM, XM 196, Sirius 106) with Chris Carlin (play-by-play), Mike Teel and Eric LeGrand (analyst) and Anthony Fucilli (sideline); WRSU 88.7 FM - Jack Schmied & Doug Willig
Current Spread: N/A
Series History: Rutgers leads, 15-13-3; last meeting was in 1973 with Rutgers winning 24-7
The Scarlet Knights look to begin the season with a 3-0 record for the first time since 2012 as they take on Delaware (2-0) at home in the last non-conference matchup on the schedule. The Blue Hens are ranked No. 6 nationally at the FCS level and have won nine of its last ten games since last spring. Rutgers has the clear advantage with size, speed and talent in this contest but it will be critical that they come out with purpose and energy to start the game. The sooner they can establish control of the game, the harder it will be for Delaware to stay competitive.
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Last night, Maryland defeated Illinois by the final score of 20-17. If you wanted to read up on two upcoming opponents on the schedule for later in the season, you can visit SB Nation’s Maryland site Testudo Times and The Champaign Room for Illinois.
Back to Delaware at Rutgers. If the Scarlet Knights can run the football, protect the football, and force takeaways in this game, it shouldn’t be that close of a game. Let’s hope that’s the case.