Pinstripe Bowl 2011, Rutgers Vs. Iowa State Finale Score: Scarlet Fever Grips NYC, Knights Win 27-13

Jawan Jamison rushed for two touchdowns in the first half and Brandon Coleman scored on an 86-yard catch in the fourth quarter, lifting the Rutgers Scarlet Knights to a 27-13 win over the Iowa St. Cyclones in the Pinstripe Bowl on Friday.

Playing at Yankee Stadium for the second time this season, Rutgers (9-4) won its fifth straight bowl game while frustrating an Iowa State offense that had trouble getting out of its own way.

Coleman's 86-yard catch down the left sideline on a pass from Chas Dodd into tight coverage was a dagger, giving the Scarlet Knights their 14-point lead. But the defense also came up big, stopping the final two Iowa State (6-7) drives.

Corner Logan Ryan jumped in front of Steele Jantz's pass near the sideline on the Cyclones' final possession for an interception that all but sealed the win.

For more on the Pinstripe Bowl, check out SB Nation's Rutgers blog, On the Banks, and our Iowa State blog, Wide Right & Natty Lite. For more news and analysis from this bowl season, check out our college football hub.

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