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Am I mistaken or is this the first regular season shutout in program history?  I know the first shutout was the MCC a few years back.

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For the first time, USF has been shut out in the regular season. And in the BE. USF is doing great OCC, but needs to figure out how to win in conference.

Before going crazy about USF, yes they are 16-17 in the BE. But USF is 6-3 vs BCS non-conference oppenents since joining the BE in 2005. USF is also 3-1 vs ranked BCS non-conf opponents since joining the BE.

So we're taking care of business in OOC, but just can't find the way to beat the conference teams. Pitt, Rutgers and Cincy to be specific.

edit: Mods, please add this to Bullgrads SHUTOUT post. He posted first and I missed it. Sorry and thanks.

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Am I mistaken or is this the first regular season shutout in program history?  I know the first shutout was the MCC a few years back.

Yes, you are correct.  Also, ESPN reported it was the first time that Rutgers has shut out a Big East opponent.  That record goes back 18 years since Rutgers joined the Big East in 1991.

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the goal is too do well in conference

that is why we joined conference

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We are regressing. That is not good

I wouldn't be surprised if we lost to ville and uconn, but beat miami.

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Am I mistaken or is this the first regular season shutout in program history?  I know the first shutout was the MCC a few years back.

Yes, you are correct.  Also, ESPN reported it was the first time that Rutgers has shut out a Big East opponent.  That record goes back 18 years since Rutgers joined the Big East in 1991.

ESPN is wrong.  Rutgers has 3 shutouts in their BE history.  Two against Temple ('91: 40-0, '93: 63-0) and Thursday against USF.

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