After its first loss of the season came in lopsided fashion, Rutgers will return home with the chance to get right against FCS visitors Wagner on Saturday in Piscataway, N.J.When the programs met for the first time last season, Rutgers won in a rout, 66-7.The Scarlet Knights (3-1) took a lightning-quick lead at No. 2 Michigan last week, scoring a 69-yard catch-and-run touchdown in the first minute on Gavin Wimsatt’s connection with Christian Dremel.It was all Michigan from there, however, as running back Blake Corum and company rolled to a 31-7 win.Wimsatt went 11-for-21 for 180 yards and the one touchdown and also threw his first interception of the year. He added 28 rushing yards.”I just look at Gavin’s trajectory: As long as he keeps the nose up, he’s going to get to a level where we all want him to,” Rutgers coach Greg Schiano said Monday. “He’s learning every single game. … You can’t have any backslides. You can’t have any progress-halters right now because he’s on the climb and he’s got to continue to stay that way.”Wagner (2-2 overall) sits atop the FCS Northeast Conference at 2-0 after a 30-27 win over Merrimack last week. The Seahawks led 17-7, but then fell behind twice before rallying both times.