To say that Rutgers struggled against Michigan State would be a massive understatement.

The Scarlet Knights kept it close with the Spartans in the first half and were down just 8 going into halftime and couldn’t close the gap in the 2nd half.

Rutgers didn’t score a single point in the 3rd and 4th quarters as Noah Vedral completed just 50% of his passes while those went for 208 yards. MSU ended up outscoring Rutgers 10-0 in that half to win 31-13 and in the process, got to 6-0 on the season. The Scarlet Knights meanwhile, dropped to 3-3.

After the contest, head coach Greg Schiano spoke to the media on a multitude of topics, including how his younger players played.