Things haven’t gone well on the field for the 4-7 Rutgers Scarlet Knights this season, and now, they’re not going too well at the field. At Rutgers’ High Point Solutions Stadium during Saturday’s game against Michigan State, the university announced that the bathrooms were out of commission thanks to a “water pressure issue,” and asked fans to leave the stadium to use portable toilets:
There is a water pressure issue inside High Point Solutions Stadium. You can go to the porta-johns outside and be readmitted. No joke. #RUtgers
— Ryan Dunleavy (@rydunleavy) November 25, 2017
Rutgers having "Water Issues" and they ask fans to LEAVE the stadium to use porta potties. They will be welcomed back.
— Hondo Carpenter (@HondoCarpenter) November 25, 2017
That led to a whole lot of criticism and jokes:
— RogerM (@Betweenthebuoys) November 25, 2017
This week's installment in "How is Rutgers Embarrassing the Big Ten?": https://t.co/gfXGk1rg8H
— RossWB (@RossWB) November 25, 2017
Steve Harvey: "Name something that describes Rutgers football"
— #DrinkahForMinkah (@EBrooksUncut) November 25, 2017
What would it take to relegate Rutgers to a G5 conference https://t.co/03L28x9sa1
— Zach VanNieulande (@vannieulande) November 25, 2017
At least we aren't Rutgers https://t.co/dUSONdCQHZ
— Tommy Westbrook (@tvwest0314) November 25, 2017
It's Rutgers, can't they just leave to go pee then never come back? https://t.co/NmJFdN9R8c
— Jon Lunceford (@jlunce) November 25, 2017
Rutgers currently trails Michigan State 16-7. Heading into this game, the Scarlet Knights were 18-30 overall in the last four seasons since joining the Big Ten, and 7-25 in conference. Oh, and they also gave Eastern Michigan their first-ever win over a Big Ten school this year.
[Hondo Carpenter on Twitter]