Rutgers Basketball Suffers Embarrassing Loss To Louisville In AAC Quarterfinals
The Rutgers Scarlet Knights just suffered one of the worst losses in recent memory. They lost by a score of –wait until you see this — 92-31 in the American Athletic Conference tournament quarterfinals on Thursday afternoon in Memphis. Rick Pitino‘s Louisville […]
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Rutgers, Seton Hall Basketball Coaches Persevere in Sandy’s Aftermath
When chaos looms around you and millions remain without electricity, suddenly basketball games seem less significant. But not insignificant. Being able to focus on basketball is a welcomed distraction to Rutgers coach Mike Rice and Seton Hall coach Kevin Willard, both who […]
Big East Opening Night Preview
With the college basketball season just a few weeks away, it’s time to get past all the preseason hype and start looking forward to actual games. Fans should be chomping at the bit, especially if they’re love the Big East. […]
Rutgers Preparing to Host Multiple Recruits for Midnight Madness
The college basketball season officially kicks off on Friday evening as schools across the nation prepare for the 2012-13 season. Midnight Madness has become an opportune situation for various programs to showcase their talent, their fans and the overall integrity […]
Is the Big East Still the Best in Basketball?
Even with the losses of West Virginia, Syracuse, Pittsburgh, and now Notre Dame, Big East commissioner Mike Aresco still believes that his conference is the best in college basketball. Widely regarded by everyone as the top conference in the nation, […]