It was a gut-wrenching loss for a program in rebuild mode under first-year coach
“It’s our goal to be 1-0,” Harbaugh said. “Reminds me of some of the great comeback wins that I’ve been a part of. The guys play with a lot of heart. Really competed. Left it all out there
The Scarlet Knights (2-3) forced the extra session with 27 seconds to play in the fourth quarter after Noah Vedral found Aron Cruickshank for an 11-yard score to cap a 16-play drive.
Vedral later converted the two-point conversion to knot the score at 35 and Rutgers had a chance to win the game on a field goal in the first overtime, but it wasn’t to be.
Here’s everything Schiano said after Rutgers’ loss to the Wolverines: