PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Injured for the Pinstripe Bowl, sophomore running back Savon Huggins is ready for his first career bowl game. A month following his best day in a Rutgers uniform, Huggins spoke with ScarletReport.com about learning from the poor finish of the 2012 season and refocusing efforts on Virginia Tech.
PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Rutgers
running back Savon Huggins
saw his playing time vanish shortly after a 41-carry, 179-yard day in a crucial 10-3 victory against Cincinnati
Huggins touched the ball just 11 times in the two losses that ended the season after start Jawan Jamison became healthy. The change in playing time, however, is not a source of major frustration. Huggins discussed that and his excitement for the Russell Athletic Bowl during one of the final practices at Rutgers before the team heads to Orlando, Fla.