Rutgers was confident to be able to match up Devin McCourty on the opponent's top receiver each week.
David Rowe and Brandon Bing each played well enough to hold down the other two spots at cornerback. There is a big difference between matching up against WR2 or WR3, and the No. 1 WR.
Will one of these two men be able to step up, or will the coaching staff have to roll help to the corners?
If they have to roll help, it will greatly affect the defensive gameplan.
Schiano loves an attacking defense where safeties can ball hawk, charge up in run support, and rush the passer.
Tonight will be interesting to see if Bing and Rowe can lock down lesser athletes on Norfolk State. If they are unable to do that, corner will be a major concern this season.