Rutgers Practice Noted for Lack of Visibile Stomach Bile

By D.J. Byrnes on March 31, 2016 at 11:49 am
Nobody pukes at Rutgers.

It looks like black stripes, the value of up-and-coming assistants, and strength program weren't the only things Chris Ash learned under Urban Meyer.

When Meyer arrived as a Notre Dame wide receivers coach at Bowling Green in 2001, he wasn't yet armed with black stripes. He instead came with trash cans, and infamously ran players until they quit. Attrition became so severe he had to place ads for walk-ons in the school newspaper.

The following fall, the Falcons went 8-3 a season after going 2-9.

Fast forward to 2016.

From's observations from Rutgers' fourth spring practice:

No players vomited during warm-ups, which signals improvement from the first practice of the spring.

Chris Ash's first divisional test against his former boss will come on Oct. 1st in the Horseshoe. If you listen closely the Rutgers militia can be heard readying its cannons for the fall. 

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