For two years, ?the big question about Rutgers football has been how competitive the Scarlet Knights will be in the Big Ten.
Saturday night at 8, ?they'll start providing answers when they host Penn State at High Point Solutions Stadium in their first game in their new, prestigious conference (AP, Sept. 12).
Both teams are 2-0. Bur in terms of tradition and on-field success,?Penn State is far ahead of the Knights, whose invitation had more to do with New Jersey's population and demographics. The game is on the Big Ten Network, an already profitable channel expected to benefit greatly by expanding into the Garden State.