Rutgers football’s 2018 spring game will take place April 14, kicking off Chris Ash’s third season as the Scarlet Knights’ head coach. The program’s annual Scarlet-White Game will take place at High Point Solutions Stadium and feature a postgame autograph session with fans after the contest.
Find the score, live updates and more from the Rutgers’ 2018 spring game below.
Rutgers spring game 2018: Score, live updates
Rutgers spring game 2018: Date, time
Time: 3:30 p.m. ET
Date: Saturday, April 14
Location: High Point Solutions Stadium
Gates open at 2:30 p.m. ET with an autograph session following the contest at 5:30 p.m.
Rutgers spring game 2018: TV channel
The game will be carried by the Big Ten Network and be streamed on the BTN2Go app. Chris Carlin will lead the broadcast team, according to Rutgers, with former Rutgers’ defensive lineman Eric LeGrand also in the booth and Kristian Dyer will handle sideline duties.
Rutgers football 2017 season recap
Rutgers finished the 2017 season, Chris Ash’s second in Piscataway, with a 4-8 record. It was an improvement for a program that went 2-10 in the 2016 season. Rutgers started out the year with back-to-back losses in their nonconference schedule. The team fell to eventual Fiesta Bowl participant Washington in the opener and then lost a home game to Eastern Washington in Week 2 of the season. Rutgers’ only out-of-conference win in the 2017 season came against Morgan State (an FCS team) on Sept. 16.
The Scarlet Knights strung together three Big Ten wins in four games during the middle of the season, beating Illinois, Purdue and Maryland within a month. However, Rutgers’ offense went cold in the team’s final three games of the 2017 campaign. The Scarlet Knights lost their final three games last year, and they were outscored, 116-13, by Penn State, Indiana and Michigan State.
Rutgers football 2017 statistical leaders
- Kyle Bolin – 711 passing yards, 3 TDs, 6INTs
- Giovanni Rescigno – 517 passing yards, 2 TDs, 1 INT
- Gus Edwards – 713 rushing yards, 6 TDs
- Robert Martin – 452 rushing yards, 3 TDs
- Jerome Washington – 282 receiving yards, 1 TD
- Janarion Grant – 167 receiving yards, 1 TD
Rutgers football 2018 schedule
|Sept. 1||Texas State||Piscataway, N.J.|
|Sept. 8||at Ohio State||Columbus, Ohio|
|Sept. 15||at Kansas||Lawrence, Kan.|
|Sept. 22||vs. Buffalo||Piscataway, N.J.|
|Sept. 29||vs. Indiana||Piscataway, N.J.|
|Oct. 6||vs. Illinois||Piscataway, N.J.|
|Oct. 13||at Maryland||College Park, Md.|
|Oct. 20||vs. Northwestern||Piscataway, N.J.|
|Nov. 3||at Wisconsin||Madison, Wis.|
|Nov. 10||vs. Michigan||Piscataway, N.J.|
|Nov. 17||vs. Penn State||Piscataway, N.J.|
|Nov. 24||at Michigan State||East Lansing, Mich.|
Rutgers football history: Year-by-year record
|2014||8-5||Quick Lane Bowl, W||Kyle Flood|
|2013||6-7||Pinstripe Bowl, L||Kyle Flood|
|2012||9-4||Russell Athletic Bowl, L||Kyle Flood|
|2011||9-4||Pinstripe Bowl, W||Greg Schiano|
|2009||9-4||St. Petersburg Bowl, W||Greg Schiano|
|2008||8-5||PapaJohns.com Bowl, W||Greg Schiano|
|2007||8-5||International Bowl, W||Greg Schiano|
|2006||11-2||Texas Bowl, W||Greg Schiano|
|2005||7-5||Insight Bowl, L||Greg Schiano|