From the Scarlet Knights website:
On behalf of Rutgers University and the Athletic Department, we would like to apologize for the regrettable actions of a handful of Rutgers fans on Saturday that do not convey the message of good, competitive spirit that we look forward to having with our new Big Ten rival Penn State University.
Some of the signage and t-shirts that we have been made aware of were both inappropriate and offensive.
I have spoken with and apologized to the Penn State athletic director Sandy Barbour and I would like to apologize equally to the Penn State University fans, as well as Rutgers fans that were subjected to this classless display that does not represent the ethos of our university, athletic department or fan base.
The two inappropriate pictures that appeared briefly on our Facebook page as part of a 200-picture montage were immediately removed when we were alerted to their content.
It is unfortunate that the actions of a few spoiled an otherwise historic and record-setting night that Rutgers fans provided for our first Big Ten football game.
Rutgers Athletic Director
Sometimes there is a fine line between humor and insensitivity. I think that some Rutgers fans crossed that line. But some think I cross the line sometimes. Oh, well.
In a related story, New Jersey has renamed the town of Piscataway . . .
And apparently, a picture of Franklin heading to New Jersey on a recruiting trip has surfaced . . .
We can only hope the Land Grant Trophy on the back falls in the river!