Joe Harasymiak joins Rutgers after spending two seasons as Minnesota's co-defensive coordinator.
Our staff breaks down the entire bowl season with analysis from every game.
- Rutgers hires Harasymiak as defensive coordinator
- Rutgers to replace A&M in Gator Bowl vs. Wake
- NCAA clears way for 5-7 Rutgers as Gator fill-in
- Rutgers suspends CBs for paintball gun incident
From postgame celebrations to the best on-field moments, follow along for the highlights of bowl season.
Sam Hartman tossed three touchdown passes as the Demon Deacons beat Rutgers 38-10 in the TaxSlayer Gator Bowl on Friday to reach 11 wins for the second time in program history.
How the most improbable matchup of the bowl season came together in only nine days, and how Rutgers was able to mobilize so quickly.
Bowl season is upon us. Here's what you need to know about every game, through the College Football Playoff.
Rutgers (5-7) will replace Texas A&M as the opponent for Wake Forest in the TaxSlayer Gator Bowl, it was announced Thursday. It will be the first bowl appearance for the Scarlet Knights since 2014.
Rutgers will be given the opportunity to fill in for Texas A&M in the Gator Bowl against Wake Forest after an NCAA committee decided Thursday to adhere to an existing policy for making teams with 5-7 records bowl eligible.
National signing day means many top college football recruits will commit. In turn, there will be significant movement in the class rankings.
Ohio State, Michigan and Penn State have established themselves as consistent recruiting powers. But who has the No. 1 class from the past 10 years?
On the final regular-season weekend in college football, the internet trolls were active, especially since it's Rivalry Week.
— Shortly after securing their first bowl berth since 2016, Maryland players and coaches gathered in the end zone with a massive video screen at SHI Stadium behind them and took a team photograph with the score of their 40-16 win over Rutgers showing.
Week 12 gave us some trick plays, big plays, coaches throwing shade, Joey Chestnut and even Bill Murray.
— Christian Veilleux used the biggest opportunity of his young college career to make up for a lost time on Saturday.
— Rutgers coach Greg Schiano started Saturday without his top three linebackers.
Walter Nolen committing to Texas A&M means the top 10 teams shuffle up yet again with over a month until signing day.
— Not only has Wisconsin put its horrid 1/3 start behind it, everything is suddenly within reach for the Badgers.
— Noah Vedral threw for 138 yards and rushed for a touchdown to lead Rutgers past Illinois 20-14 on Saturday.