Rutgers football tickets: Buy, sell tickets for Scarlet Knights games
Rutgers football tickets are on sale now. The Scarlet Knights play Morgan State on Saturday, September 16.
The game is being played at High Point Solutions Stadium in Piscataway, NJ. Tickets are selling on Ticket City for as cheap as $10.
Rutgers football tickets: Buy, sell tickets
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Rutgers football schedule 2017
|9/16||Morgan State||3:30 p.m. ET||BTN|
|9/23||@Nebraska||3:30 p.m. ET||BTN|
|10/21||Purdue||12:00 p.m. ET||TBA|
|10/28||@Michigan||12:00 p.m. ET||TBA|
|11/11||@Penn State||12:00 p.m. ET||TBA|
Latest Rutgers football news
Jerry Kill has minor seizure
On Monday, first-year Scarlet Knights OC Jerry Kill suffered a “minor seizure” according to sources. Kill was released from the hospital Monday afternoon and is expected to return to coaching soon. The former Minnesota head coach has epilepsy and had to leave the job during the 2015 season due to health issues. He joined the Chris Ash this offseason.
Time/TV for conference opener announced
Nebraska announced that they at the Scarlet Knights will open conference play on Sept. 23 at 3:30 on the Big Ten Network from Memorial Stadium in Lincoln, Neb.
The Scarlet Knights began their season by leading one of last year’s College Football Playoff participants in Washington for 26 minutes, but ultimately fell at home 30-14.
Then, they hosted Eastern Michigan and fell to the Eagles 16-13. That puts them at 0-2 to begin the season.
One thing fans were able to enjoy during the loss to the Huskies was the hot tub that graced the stands during the team’s “War Before the Shore” promotion.
Fans were relaxing in the warm jets and even had a lifeguard on duty to keep an eye out for safety.
Greetings from the hot tubs at the Rutgers game: pic.twitter.com/Bk91slvGrm
— Nicole Auerbach (@NicoleAuerbach) September 1, 2017
In the weeks leading up to the season, the Scarlet Knights added a number of verbal commitments to their 2018 class. The class grew with the additions of 3-star athlete Travon King, 3-star DE/TE Matthew Thomas and 3-star offensive lineman Raiqwon O’Neal.
The class is currently ranked No. 45 in the country and No. 10 in the Big Ten with 20 commits.
On the horizon
The Bears come to town at 0-2 with losses to FCS opponents Towson and Albany by scores of 10-0 and 26-0, respectively.
After the Bears come to town, the Scarlet Knights have two tough games in a road game against the Huskers, then a home game against Ohio State.