Rutgers has played its final football game as a member of the American Athletic Conference. Starting this fall, it will be all Big Ten for the Scarlet Knights, who officially join the conference July 1. Seven-plus months away from its Big Ten football debut, Rutgers sure seems excited about the move. Check out the recent makeover the turf at High Point Solutions Stadium received.
Looking good, Rutgers!
The Scarlet Knights open the 2014 season Thursday, Aug. 28 at Washington State, before opening the home slate Saturday, Sept. 6 vs. Howard.
Rutgers, along with fellow newcomer Maryland, will play in the Big Ten’s East Division, which also includes Indiana, Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State and Penn State.
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