Rutgers Football History

Pavan KatepalliContributor IJanuary 8, 2010

PISCATAWAY, NJ - NOVEMBER 12:  Head coach Greg Schiano of the Rutgers Scarlet Knights leads his team on the field to play against the South Florida Bulls at Rutgers Stadium on November 12, 2009 in Piscataway, New Jersey.  (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)
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2005 - Last time Rutgers beat Cincy (score 44 to 9). Also last time South Florida beat us (score 31 to 45).

1994 - Last time Rutgers beat WVU. Score was 17 to 12.

1992 - Rutgers went 7-4 and didn't go to a bowl game. We beat Virginia Tech 50 to 49. We also beat West Virginia 13 to 9.

1991 - Rutgers went 6-5 and didn't go to a bowl game. This was also the last year we beat BC 20 to 13.

1988 - Rutgers beat Penn State 21 to 16.

1987 - Rutgers went 6-5 and no bowl game.

There's a lot more but it's before I was born.

Most notably 1961 and 1976 Rutgers went undefeated. In 1985 Rutgers tied Florida 28 to 28 (that season Florida went on to a 9-1-1 record with a 20 to 0 shut out against LSU). Also 1978 was the Garden State Bowl (first bowl ever) and that year we beat Columbia 69 to 0 (largest margin of victory for Rutgers ever). From 1958 to 1968 Rutgers were Middle Three Conference Champions. What a streak! Rutgers holds 32 conference championships in total.

Sources:

http://michigan-football.com/ncaa/f/rutgers.htm http://www.nationalchamps.net/NCAA/database/rutgers_database.htm

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