Ray Rice, Kenny Britt among several former Rutgers stars to serve as honorary captains for Ohio State game
Rutgers will be hosting several former stars this weekend to continue to celebrate the 150th anniversary college football. This weekend, as the Scarlet Knights host No. 2 Ohio State, six former standouts will be back in Piscataway to serve as honorary captains.
This weekend, Rutgers will honor some of the best players from the 2000s era. Those players include:
- Brian Leonard, RB
- Ray Rice, RB
- Mike Teel, QB
- Kevin Malast, LB
- Jamaal Westerman, DL
- Kenny Britt, WR
Below was the announcement from Rutgers that was sent out on Twitter:
We are honored to host a special group of Honorary Captains:
Be in your seat early to give them a warm welcome! pic.twitter.com/wjsIczSIwu
— Rutgers Scarlet Knights (@RUAthletics) November 12, 2019
The former Scarlet Knights will hope to bring some energy to Piscataway on Saturday, with Rutgers facing one of the best teams in the country. It’s a good chance for fans to see some of the biggest stars that have ever walked through the program.
Saturday’s kickoff between Ohio State and Rutgers is scheduled for 3:30 p.m. ET and the game will air on BTN.