‘That’s Rutgers football’: Reviewing the drive that sealed Scarlet Knights’ upset win over Boston College – NJ.com

Rutgers players react after winning an NCAA college football game against Boston College on Saturday, Sept. 3, 2022, in Boston. (Erin Clark/The Boston Globe via AP)AP
CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. — In one swift motion, Rutgers quarterback Evan Simon stood up from his game-sealing kneel down, turned around, took two steps and exploded into running back Kyle Monangai’s mid-air embrace. Tight end Johnny Langan, back at a place he once called home, pumped his fist before being mobbed by his offensive linemen.
The rest of the roster soon spilled out from the sidelines at Alumni Stadium, spawning a celebration that moved toward the stands, where a few thousand euphoric Scarlet Knights fans were basking in a successful trip up north that culminated in a stunning 22-21 season-opening win over Boston College.
Thank You Fans‼️‼️#CHOP | 🪓 | #GoRU pic.twitter.com/7y8n5xIDYS
The game winning TD by Al-Shadee Salaam. ⚡️@AlshadeeSalaam | #CHOP pic.twitter.com/qzGhJI4o7s
Rutgers Nation! You are THE best! Can't wait to see you all next weekend! #CHOP🪓 pic.twitter.com/VoGo7hqy4J
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