Kyle Federico

Rutgers Scarlet Knights #1 - Kicker

  • Height: 6-0
  • Weight: 190
  • Seasons: JR

Rutgers football recruiting class of 2012: Review, Thank you, and Good Luck!


Carroo, Hamilton, and Longa all stake claims to MVP of this top 25 recruiting class.

At least Rutgers' rebuild has athletes

New Rutgers coach Chris Ash takes over a program that peaked a decade ago and has slowly regressed ever since. Ash inherits quite a few interesting pieces, but how long will it take him to rebuild...

Rutgers November Recruiting Round-Up


There's seemingly no hope on-field for Rutgers lately, but is the future just as bleak?

Could Kyle Flood stick around at Rutgers?


Kyle Flood's coaching tenure at Rutgers was left for dead a few weeks ago, but did he just lay the blueprint for surviving a tumultuous year?

The country's most explosive RB isn't Fournette

This week in college football's best numbers: The Big Ten is gaining on the SEC, Clemson tore apart a great defense, Kansas might get to play another close game at some point in the next month and...

Big Ten Recap: Week 7


This week featured a few blowouts, a few crazy games, a team sick of losing in the last second finally asserting themselves, and the "Sparty No!" torch being passed to their neighbors to the east.

Hey, Wha Happen: Penn State 28, Rutgers 3


Penn State's 21 point second quarter lifted the Nittany Lions over a floundering Rutgers squad.

GIFs of the Weeeeeeeeeek: Big Plays vs. WSU


A look at a few gems from a tough, tough loss to Washington State

What's Rutgers' Big Ten standard?

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.

Spring Fling 2015: The Kickers


In our continuing series previewing the 2015 season, an early look at the best of the best kickers in the B1G.

Creepin' The B1G: Week 14 Recap


A bittersweet victory for Ohio State, Wisconsin earns the right to face the Buckeyes in Indy next weekend, and a Big Ten coach not named Tim Beckman or Brady Hoke gets canned.