New coordinator Sean Gleeson has a clear idea what Rutgers' offense is going to be when the Scarlet Knights get back on the football field after the pandemic-related restrictions are lifted.
Just think of an uptempo basketball team. You know the type. Run and gun on one end of the floor, a pressing defense on the other.
In a perfect scenario with the right personnel, it's going to be a fast no-huddle offense. Fifteen seconds from the end of one play to the start of the next one.