Rutgers Looks To End 14-Year Drought Against West Virginia

Posted by Andrew Weaver on December-2-2009 Add Comments

Nineteen-Ninety Four.

It was the year when Nancy Kerrigan’s legs were taken out by one of Tonya Harding’s thugs. Bill Clinton was President of the United States. Kurt Cobain died. O.J. Simpson was “in the news.” And there was no World Series because of a strike.

Certainly, a lot happened in the U.S. in 1994, and most Americans can recall each of these culturally significant events.

But something else happened in 1994 that was significant to a smaller group of people—something that hasn’t happened since.

It was the last time Rutgers beat West Virginia on the college football field.

Remember that one? You might not, and that’s okay—you’re probably are not familiar with what a “fat sand...

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