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2-10, 7th in Big Ten - East

Ryan McGee ESPN Senior Writer 

Kansas, Virginia & Rutgers making big #Bottom10 statements thus far on Rivalry Weekend.

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Breaking down Maryland's 31-13 victory over Rutgers (2:06)
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Maryland runs reverse for 28-yard TD

Maryland dual-threat QB Tyrrell Pigrome takes the reverse and runs 28 yards for a score, increasing the Terps' lead to 21-7 over Rutgers.

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Terps up 14-0 after 83-yard punt return

Teldrick Morgan breaks one tackle and returns the punt 83 yards to the house to give Maryland a two-score lead over Rutgers.

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Maryland returner breaks tackle, goes 83 yards for score (0:36)

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Penn State's 39-0 shutout at Rutgers was the Nittany Lions' largest road shutout since 1973, when they won by the same score at Navy.

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Penn State crushes Rutgers 39-0 (1:00)

Josh Moyer ESPN Staff Writer 

Rutgers has just suffered its fourth shutout of the season to a Big Ten East team. That means it's lost to those four -- Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State, Penn State -- by a combined score of 224-0. In those same four games, Rutgers has gained a combined 382 yards ... and given up the equivalent of nearly 1.3 miles.

Ryan McGee ESPN Senior Writer 

#Bottom10 takeover of Twitter trending topics!!

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Barkley scores a 1-yard TD for Penn State's first TD (0:30)

Josh Moyer ESPN Staff Writer 

At halftime, Rutgers has just 66 total yards of offense. It did not attempt a single pass in the second quarter. Still, Penn State leads only 9-0 as it keeps failing to capitalize inside the red zone. QB Trace McSorley seems a little off tonight; imagine we'll see more Saquon Barkley in the second half.

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Baseball thrown on the field during Penn State-Rutgers game (0:21)

Josh Moyer ESPN Staff Writer 

Rutgers is just ... not very good. That's the nicest way to put it. Penn State fumbled on the opening kickoff, Rutgers took over in the red zone -- and got no points. The Scarlet Knights have minus-12 rushing yards near the end of the first quarter and, after getting a mulligan on a punt, Rutgers essentially gave up an extra five yards of field position after it bounced into the red zone. In other words, like usual, nothing is going right for Rutgers.

Team Stats

Passing Yards138.3122nd
Rushing Yards144.9104th
Points For23.5Tied-109th
Points Against37.5116th