Rutgers Football: 5 Things We Learned About the 2011 Knights

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Rutgers Football: 5 Things We Learned About the 2011 Knights
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Rutgers played its season finale on Saturday, a lackluster effort against the now 5-6 UConn Huskies.

Playing for a shot at a share of the Big East title, the Knights fell short.

It was the second time in the Schiano era that the Scarlet Knights had this opportunity, the first coming in 2006 when RU played West Virginia into double overtime at Mountaineer Field, and the second time Schiano's Scarlet Knights fell short of their goal.

The team that finished last in 2010, and picked to finish last in the Big East preseason poll, had an opportunity to go from worst to first in 2011—opportunity wasted.

The wasted opportunity leaves a sour taste in the mouths of Rutgers' supporters, and another bullet to fire at Schiano from the what have you done for me lately? crowd.

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