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POSTGAME NOTES: Rutgers Scarlet Knights 10 Cincinnati Bearcats 3 (George Winn audio)


George Winn goes over 1,000-yard mark in loss to Rutgers (courtesy UC athletics)

51,699 George Winn UC RB On lack of offense in loss to Rutgers 11 17 12


The Cincinnati Bearcats, the number-1 scoring offense in the Big East, was shut down in Saturday’s 10-3 loss to Rutgers University before a crowd of 34,526 at Nippert Stadium which holds 35,097.

The Scarlet Knights now leads the all-time series 9-8-1 and have won the last two games including the 2011 contest at Piscataway, N.J., 20-3. The Bearcats lead the series in Cincinnati with a 6-2-1 record.

One of the bright spots in the game for UC was senior running back George Winn, who passed the 1,000-yard rushing mark for the season with 38 yards on 11 carries. He now has 1,018 yards in 2012.

The Bearcats were only able to muster 90 rushing yards compared to Rutgers’ 234.


LeGrand to participate in coin toss before Tampa Bay-NY Giants game


Eric LeGrand (courtesy of Rutgers athletics)

22-year-old former Rutgers University linebacker Eric LeGrand will be participating this Sunday in the coin toss before the game between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the New York Giants at Met Life Stadium.

The New Jersey native was paralyzed in a game against Army at the same stadium back in 2010.

LeGrand was signed by Buccaneers this summer by coach Greg Schiano, his coach at Rutgers. LeGrand officially announced his retirement from football on July 26, 2012 to free up a roster spot for the team.

In June 2012, LeGrand was presented the Unsung Hero Award by the New Jersey Hall of Fame. He was presented the Jimmy V Award for Perseverance at the ESPY’s on July 11, 2012. During his speech, he announced that he would someday walk again.

In August 2012, LeGrand was named the most influential person in New Jersey sports by the Newark-Star Ledger newspaper.


Info compiled from Rutgers University, Tampa Bay Buccaneers