Rutgers QB tries to throw with opposite hand out of endzone

Rich Schultz

Because Gary Nova only lives once.

Rutgers has its hands full against Temple today, losing 10-0 at the half. Temple's defense has been setting the tone, holding the Scarlet Knights to just two first downs. With that level of ineptitude on offense, sometimes you have to get a little crafty.

Enter Gary Nova. Backed up in his own endzone, he was willing to try anything. Including throwing the ball with his off hand.

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Who knows? Maybe Gary Nova is an innovator. With a name like Nova, he could shine brighter than all of us. Regardless, I'm sure he's hoping Rutgers' offense explodes in the second half. The Scarlet Knights are really shooting for the stars against the Owls. If Nova can go on a hot streak, Rutgers might still have a chance.

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