Traveling to East Lansing to battle the Michigan State Spartans, the Rutgers Scarlet Knights delivered a strong first quarter performance in the first game of Greg Schiano’s second stint at the helm of the program.

With 6:57 remaining in the opening frame, redshirt sophomore quarterback Johnny Langan found the end zone from one-yard out to extend Rutgers’ lead to 14-0.

When he returned to the sideline, Langan was greeted with an aggressive celebration by Artur Sitkowski, a fellow redshirt sophomore signal-caller.

Langan (eight) and Sitkowski (two) combined to start ten games for the Scarlet Knights in 2019, but both are now behind redshirt junior Noah Vedral, a Nebraska Cornhuskers transfer, on the depth chart.

Appearing in a total of 14 games in his Piscataway career, Sitkowski has completed 178-of-341 passes (52.2 percent) for 1,587 yards, five touchdowns and 20 interceptions.

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