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The Ohio State Buckeyes are 3-0 both straight up and against the spread in three meetings with the Rutgers Scarlet Knights since the latter joined the Big Ten a few seasons ago. The Buckeyes are heavily favored to beat the Knights again when the teams meet Saturday night in Piscataway.
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The key to the team’s defensive success has been the improved play of the defensive backs. The Scarlet Knights have allowed only 179.5 passing yards per game so far this season, 34th-fewest in the country. They also rank 16th with five passes picked off and have returned one for a touchdown.
Defensive back Kiy Hester has been the biggest defensive weapon this season for the Scarlet Knights. His eight passes defended are tied for third among FBS players, and his two picks — one for a touchdown — put him in a tie for 12th-most.
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Rutgers’ rush defense has also been more stout this season than last. After allowing 264.2 rush yards per game last season (third-worst in the nation), the Scarlet Knights have allowed teams to average just 118.8 rush yards per game (37th-best) and only one touchdown coming on the ground. The team has received big performances from redshirt senior defensive tackle Darnell Davis Jr., who leads the team in both tackles for a loss (3.5) and sacks (two), and junior linebacker Trevor Morris, who paces the team with 29 tackles.
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Even with Barrett’s newly rekindled hot-hand, this game has JK Dobbins written all over its tapestry. Dobbins, who helped salt away the UNLV pairing with 95 yards on 14 attempts seems like a candidate to jog all over the turf of High Point Solutions Stadium.
Dobbins sees the field with a certain level of clarity, at least thus far during the 2017 season. Averaging 7.5 yards per attempt on 69 attempts hints that the running back will continue to see the bulk of the team’s carries going forward.