Rutgers was able to do a solid job in the first half at Penn State, limiting the Nittany Lions and even creating a turnover. Late in the second quarter, Rutgers got a big turnover when Mayan Ahanotu fell on a forced fumble.
With 4:45 left in the second quarter, defensive back Shaquan Loyal stepped in and ripped the ball out of Singleton’s hands. Ahanotu recovered the football on the Rutgers 36-yard line.
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Rutgers was unable to capitalize on the turnover as they went three-and-out on the ensuing possession.
It was still a very solid first half for Rutgers football, as they went into halftime down 10-6. Since joining the Big Ten, Rutgers has not beaten Penn State.