PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Joe Kemp scored on a 24-yard pass from wide
receiver D.J. Banks on a third-quarter trick play and Tulane stunned
Rutgers 17-14 on Saturday.
Payten Jason scored on a 2-yard run
and Cairo Santos added a 39-yard field goal as the Green Wave (2-2)
snapped a six-game road losing streak dating to last season. Alex Wacha
iced the game with an interception in the final minute.
Mohamed Sanu scored on a school-record 91-yard run on a wildcat play,
and caught a 10-yard touchdown pass from freshman Chas Dodd in the
Rutgers starting quarterback Tom Savage, who came
into the game with bruised ribs, was hurt late in the second quarter
and did not play in the second half. The school did not disclose his