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Umass vs Rutgers Live Stream: will have gone 363 days without a victory when it takes the field for its season opener.

There is no reason Rutgers should not end its 11-game losing streak – the longest in the nation – against UMass on Friday at SHI Stadium in Piscataway. Fourth-year head coach Chris Ash has said he thinks he has his best team yet, the Scarlet Knights have a superior roster on paper and they are 15.5-point favorites as of this writing.

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But … Rutgers did go 1-11 a year ago, and it has lost to MAC schools at home each of the last two seasons. So an upset bid by the independent Minutemen is not the craziest thing that could happen.

Will it? Here are our picks …

Keith Sargeant, beat reporter: I’ve done countless interviews with the opposing coach in the week leading to Rutgers games through the years, and I can honestly state UMass’ Walt Bell sounded as confident as any coach I can remember. Not sure what it will mean in the end, but I can certainly see a scenario in which Bell has his players fired up to pull off an upset as they enter the SHI Stadium tunnel before the game. Ultimately, this one will boil down to whether Rutgers’ offensive and defensive lines — two admitted question marks for Chris Ash — can wear down a rebuilding UMass team that’s inexperienced and undersized up front. I think there will be some uneasy moments for Rutgers in the first half, but expect the Scarlet Knights to wear down the Minutemen and pull away late. Rutgers 31, UMass 14.

Steve Politi, columnist: This game should be a reminder to Rutgers fans that, for all the warts on this team and its top-secret depth chart, it has one position of strength: Running back. I could see both Raheem Blackshear and Isaih Pacheco gaining over 100 yards against a small UMass defense. The Scarlet Knights may struggle this season, but they are too talented to lose this game. The question is, will whoever starts as quarterback make enough throws to give confidence for next week’s real test at Iowa? Rutgers 35, UMass 14.

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James Kratch, beat reporter: I was all set to pick the Scarlet Knights to decisively break back into the win column for the first time in almost an entire calendar year, and I still believe Rutgers will win the game. But the game week tenor around the program was a bit jarring. Chris Ash was wound tight at his Monday press conference, playing quarterback games and putting a gag order on his players, and then his team looked pretty flat during the few minutes the media saw of practice later in the day. Rutgers must come out strong. The last thing it needs is to allow a young UMass team with a energetic first-year head coach to start believing. Rutgers 24, UMass 10.

Brian Fonseca, reporter: Rutgers and head coach Chris Ash have to win this game, and they have to do so convincingly. The Scarlet Knights need to dominate an FBS opponent from start to finish for the first time in the Ash era. This is an audition, after all. Ash requested for fans to “give this team a chance,” a tough ask after an abysmal 1-11 campaign a year ago. There is no better opportunity to make the fanbase forget the 2018 season and give it a reason to come back to SHI Stadium. The Minutemen have significantly less talent than Rutgers. UMass lost its lone offensive threat to the NFL in the offseason and now ranks in the bottom 10 of the FBS in most preseason projections. The Scarlet Knights should control the contest. Rutgers 31, UMass 13.

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