By James Kratch | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com
It is not a great situation
For those who say Sitkowski is not ready, it's hard to argue against the point in three games.
It is clear that he has enormous physical gifts. Nobody can question his severity, especially after he throws back as if nothing happened after he was whirled around in the state of Ohio like a piñata. No one is going to prick the child, and all the signs are that nobody wants it, and want it at Rutgers, more than he does.
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But seven interceptions in three games (and not even three full games) and three touchdown picks are not good. It is also not a degree of completion, which is currently less than 50 percent.
People have to stop calling a redshirt. Sitkowski has played in three games, and even if he goes down the bench it's hard to find a good plan for everyone involved, with only one game left this fall. The child will play.
At this point, however, it is worth considering whether he needs a longer breather before that happens again. But a full assessment suggests that this is not the best for Rutgers.