TV broadcast crew: Lisa Byington will handle play-by-play duties. J Leman will serve as the analyst. Elise Menaker will handle sideline reporting.
Rutgers and Minnesota will face off in a Big Ten battle at p. The Scarlet Knights stagger in eager to bring about an end to their five-game losing streak. Rutgers took a serious blow against Indiana last week, falling 35 to nothing.
Rutgers was in a tough position by the half, with the score already sitting at 21 to nothing. Meanwhile, Minnesota brought a five-game winning streak into their game against Nebraska last week; they left with a six-game streak.
Minnesota blew past Nebraska The contest was all but wrapped up at the end of the third, by which point the Golden Gophers had established a 34 to nothing advantage.
Minnesota's victory lifted them to while Rutgers' loss dropped them down to A pair of numbers to keep in mind before kickoff: The Scarlet Knights are seventh worst in the nation in passing touchdowns, with only three on the season.
To make matters even worse for the Scarlet Knights, the Golden Gophers rank 19th in the league when it comes to passing touchdowns allowed per game, with only six on the season. Rutgers fans had better hope their team can run the ball.