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- Rutgers OL Jackson joining Buckeyes as grad transfer
- Rutgers announces Maryland's Buh as new DC
- Rutgers to retain Ash after going 0-9 in Big Ten
- Rutgers dismisses LB after plot-to-murder charge
Whether it was pushing for B1G expansion or pushing back against a playoff, Jim Delany has been central to every big CFB debate for three decades.
Offensive lineman Jonah Jackson will be immediately eligible to play for Ohio State this season as a graduate transfer. He was an honorable mention All-Big 10 selection with Rutgers in 2018.
Andy Buh is leaving Maryland for Rutgers to take over as the Scarlet Knights' defensive coordinator and reunite with Chris Ash.
No surprise here: Michigan earned the final No. 5 spot of the season after getting blown out by Ohio State. But who landed the historic No. 1 ranking?
Rutgers athletic director Patrick Hobbs says football coach Chris Ash will return in 2019; Ash is 7-29 in three seasons with the Scarlet Knights.
Cody White scored on a 22-yard end-around with 3:57 to play, and Michigan State edged Rutgers 14-10 on Saturday night, handing the Scarlet Knights their 11th straight loss.
All the best rivalries have cool nicknames and trophies, so we made up some for the Bottom 10 -- except USC. USC doesn't have any trophies.
Trace McSorley threw two touchdown passes to tight end Pat Freiermuth and No. 16 Penn State's defense set up two touchdowns with turnovers in a 20-7 victory over Rutgers on Saturday, sending the Scarlet Knights to their 10th straight loss.
You didn't see any drama in Week 11? Well, that's what you get for watching the Top 10 instead of the Bottom 10.
Shea Patterson threw for 260 yards and three touchdowns, Karan Higdon ran for a pair of 1-yard scores and No. 4 Michigan kept its national championship hopes intact with a 42-7 win over Rutgers on Saturday.