The last decade of Rutgers football has raised the bar considerably, but 2015 could end up a lot like 2013 and 2014 for Kyle Flood and his Scarlet Knights: fine, but failing to meet a higher standard.
After an underachieving season, the offensive line has the experience and size to play Big Ten ball.
Rutgers was young, explosive, and all sorts of erratic in 2013. The Scarlet Knights move to the Big Ten with more experience, serious athletic potential ... and plenty of reason to doubt that...
The big men in the trenches are the foundation of any successful offense. RU returns 5 starters, but is looking for the building blocks of B1G success.
Rutgers takes the field in 2013 with quite a few former star recruits and perhaps more pure talent than it has had in recent history. But most of the players you remember from last year are gone.