Thursday September 18th, 2014

Rutgers Scarlet Knights vs. Navy Midshipmen

Rutgers and Navy come into Saturday’s game with matching 2-1 records. Navy has won two straight and will play its first home game this season, while Rutgers is coming off a loss in its Big Ten Conference debut. This is the 25th meeting between the teams, with the Scarlet Knights holding a 12-11-1 lead in the series. Rutgers took a 21-20 win in the last meeting between the sides.

You can follow the game with live stats and play-by-play here.

Details for Saturday's game are below:

Kickoff: 3:30 p.m. ET

Live stream: The game can be live streamed here.

TV coverage: CBS Sports Network

Radio: For a list of Navy affiliates, click here. For a list of Rutgers affiliates, click here.

Game Facts

Navy facts

Tago Smith started at quarterback last week in place of injured junior Kennan Reynolds and accounted for 202 total yards and four touchdowns.

Smith’s 67-yard touchdown pass to Jamir Tillman was Navy’s longest TD pass since 2010.

Navy has 21 wins over schools from Power Five conferences since 2003, the most in the nation by a non-Power Five school.

The Midshipmen have won eight straight games at home dating to 2012.

Navy has four sets of brothers on its roster, tied with Minnesota and Northwestern for the most in FBS.

Rutgers facts

Rutgers is 19-3 in the last three seasons when rushing the ball at least 35 times.

The Scarlet Knights are 9-for-10 in the red zone this season after going 42-for-55 (76.4 percent) in 2013.

Rutgers is the only school in FBS to record at least one shutout in each of the last eight seasons.

In their last game in 2011, Rutgers held the Midshipmen to 162 yards on the ground, well short of Navy's 312.3 yards per game average.

Rutgers is sixth in the nation and leads the Big Ten with 4.3 sacks per game.

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