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Rutgers looks to close spring camp on a high note



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Rutgers football will hold its annual Scarlet-White Game on Saturday at 3 p.m. to conclude spring camp. Find out how to watch, attend and participate in Rutgers Day here.

It’s been a critical few weeks for the program. With an entirely new offensive system and several new coaches, it’s been an important time for the offense to learn as much as possible. Defensively, Rutgers is mixing in several key newcomers as well as high impact players coming off of injury. Saturday’s spring game is an opportunity to show fans how much development the team has made this offseason so far.

How much progress has been made and is it enough to improve the outlook for Rutgers this fall? That’s impossible to know today, but hopefully there are plenty of positives that come out of the Scarlet-White Game. For a program searching for its first winning campaign since 2014, building positive momentum to carry through the rest of the offseason is crucial. It would be nice if the weather cooperated as well.

Here are five things that I’ll be watching for on Saturday.

Get caught up with all of our coverage from this spring below. You will find press conferences for every position coach, articles on every position group, as well as analysis on the 2023 schedule, the importance of continued progress this offseason and much more.

Spring Camp Previews

Rutgers football has major opportunity at home this season

Kirk Ciarrocca brings one certainty to offense as spring camp begins

Practice No. 1

Greg Schiano Spring Camp Opening Press Conference

Greg Schiano discusses injuries, offensive line & more

Return of Mo Toure a major boost for Rutgers

Practice No. 2

Kirk Ciarrocca gives insights on multiple skill position groups

Practice No. 3

Joe Harasymiak discusses the key to defense taking next step

Rutgers welcomes a dozen early enrollees to spring camp roster

Practice No. 4

Dave Brock’s veteran hand is key in guiding young receiving core

Coaching Staff expects big things from Rashad Rochelle

Practice No. 5

Secondary hoping to be position of strength for Rutgers

Practice No. 6

Greg Schiano discusses the offensive development and more

Practice No. 7

Andrew Aurich discusses progress at tight end position

Practice No. 8

Drew Liscari details the progress of safeties group this spring

Practice No. 9

Greg Schiano details progress made in first spring scrimmage

Greg Schiano’s ties to Bill Belichick remain a positive for Rutgers

Practice No. 10

Pat Flaherty’s experience key in developing offensive line

Practice No. 11

Defensive line building in year two with Marquise Watson

Practice No. 12

Rutgers has plenty left to do in final week of spring

Practice No. 13

Running backs group a strength for Rutgers

Competition the key for Rutgers to take steps forward the rest of the offseason

Practice No. 14

Corey Hetherman details “versatility” of linebackers 

Stay tuned for complete coverage of Saturday’s Scarlet-White Game as well as plenty of post-spring camp analysis following in the days ahead.

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