In the closing seconds, Rutgers kicker Jeremy Ito first missed a 33-yard field goal that would have won the game, but an offside penalty on Louisville gave him a second chance, and he delivered from 28 yards out.
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Jeremy Ito lines up to kick the biggest field goal in the 137-year history of the Rutgers program.
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Ito's game-winning field goal with 13 seconds left knocked Louisville out of the national championship chase and opened the door for some one-loss teams.
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Rutgers fans basked in the spotlight and created an electric atmosphere in Thursday night's televised game.
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Like he's done so many times before, Rutgers' Ray Rice outraced the opposition, this time Louisville, and scored a touchdown.
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Rice was nearly unstoppable in the second half, finishing the game with 22 carries for 132 yards and two touchdowns.
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The Scarlet Knights' defense came up huge in the second half, battering Louisville quarterback Brian Brohm and throttling an explosive offense.
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After falling behind 25-7, 15th-ranked Rutgers relied on a strong defense to defeat No. 3 Louisville 28-25 in Piscataway, N.J.
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After the biggest victory in Rutgers history, it looked as if all 44,111 fans stormed the field.
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When it was over, Rutgers fans showed their support for their team, rushing the field and creating a mosh pit.
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