Rutgers Football will play 10 games in 2018-19, which is a record for the Scarlet Knights.
Rutgers has only played three seasons with fewer than 11 games played, including a loss to No. 6 Ohio State on the last day of the season in 2017.
The schedule will feature five games against Division I-AA competition, including the Rutgers-Ohio State game in 2021.
The next two Rutgers games will be on the road against FCS opponents (at No. 11 Illinois and at No. 2 Georgia).
The Scarlet Knights have also had to play two non-conference opponents.
Rutgers has won five of the past seven games against a Power 5 opponent, including four wins over the past four years.
A trip to No: 8 Washington State is on the schedule.
This season marks the first year in which Rutgers is not scheduled to face a Power 6 opponent, as the Scarlet Knight schedule is comprised of FCS teams.
Sophomore quarterback Zach Allen will make his first career start for Rutgers against the Cougars, and freshman safety/cornerback Isaiah Smith is a redshirt freshman.
Three games will feature four-game conference slate with four FBS teams each.
At No. 7 Auburn, Rutgers will be hosting the second of the three teams that finished in the top 10 in the Associated Press poll.
Bryce Love will get his second career start in his debut against the Tigers.
Freshman cornerback Trevon Howard and freshman cornerback Kevin Smith will see their first start against Auburn, and senior defensive tackle Alex Davis is a returnee for the second time.
Junior defensive end Brandon Williams will be back in the lineup after missing the final two games of the 2016 season with a concussion.
New defensive coordinator Dave Ragone returns to the Rutgers defense after spending two seasons at Texas Tech.
After playing in just seven games in 2017, junior defensive lineman David Njoku will be in his second season on the Rutgers sideline.
In addition to the home-and-home series with No. 1 LSU, Rutgers and LSU will be playing on the same road trip, which includes two games in the same state.
Five games against Power 5 conference opponents will be scheduled: No. 3 Notre Dame, No. 8 Florida State, No: 11 Illinois, No 2 Georgia and No. 5 Penn State.
Two of those games are against Power 4 opponents: No 2 South Carolina at No: 6 Clemson and No 6 Oklahoma at No 2 Oklahoma State.