defensive end Ka'Lial Glaud
is finally comfortable after making the transition from linebacker, and it shows in his play.
The No. 15/18 Scarlet Knights are tops in the Big East in points allowed (11.8 per game) and rushing defense (69.9 yards per game) and Glaud is a big reason.
His three sacks is second on the team and his 19 tackles are tied with Jamil Merrell for tops among defensive linemen.
Glaud spoke about is play this season, and he also gave his thoughts on homecoming opponent Kent State as the Scarlet Knights look to move to 8-0.
PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Rutgers senior Ka'Lial Glaud has had a big season playing defensive end against the opposing right tackle, and he went 1-on-1 with ScarletReport.com to discuss that as well as Saturday's homecoming game against Kent State.
Rutgers senior discusses Kent State, and why he is so much more comfortable this season ...