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Most teams that have come up against No. 12 Minnesota this season have had to deal with the question of handling Jordan Murphy. The Rutgers men's basketball team traveled west to Minneapolis to take on the Golden Gophers (8-1, 1-0) Sunday night, and the Scarlet Knights (6-2, 0-1) had that same dilemma multiplied by three.
No. 12 Minnesota pulls away in the second half to defeat Rutgers by a score of 89-67.
If you take away one stretch where fifth-year senior forward and captain Deshawn Freeman got injured and the Seminoles took a lead they would not relinquish, the Scarlet Knights (6-1) played right up to the level with a group that head coach Steve Pikiell was confident in calling an National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Tournament team.
Coming off of six easy games to start off the season, the Rutgers men's basketball team was thrust into real competition on Tuesday when it lost a close matchup to Florida State, 78-73. This Sunday, the quality is amplified even further, as the Scarlet Knights (6-1) will open their Big Ten schedule against No. 12 Minnesota (7-1), a team that was a No. 5 seed in last year's National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Tournament.
While the Atlantic Coast Conference has dominated the Big Ten on both the men’s and women’s sides of the annual Big Ten/ACC Challenge, the Rutgers women’s basketball team refused to be a part of that narrative last night and came away with a hard-fought win.
The Scarlet Knights (3-0, 1-0) will head into December without a loss on their heads yet, showing the strength and skill the program has, as Rutgers gets ready to face a small yet surprisingly strong Lock Haven.
The Scarlet Knights (5-2) begin a stretch of eight straight home games when they host North Carolina State (6-1) tonight as part of the Big Ten/ACC Challenge. The Wolfpack are the second ACC opponent Rutgers will face this season, as they previously beat Wake Forest, 65-51, in its only other home game. The team is looking for its first win in the Challenge since joining the Big Ten in 2014.
The Rutgers men's basketball team won its first six games handily — Central Connecticut State being the outlier — because it should have.
To the naked eye, 4-8 and a losing conference record does not look like a successful season. But for head coach Chris Ash and the Rutgers football team, it was a big step forward.
The Texas Invitational occurs on Nov. 29 through Dec. 2 at the Lee and Joe Jamail Texas Swimming Center. Competing at the meet alongside the Scarlet Knights will be the host Texas, as well as Arizona, BYU, Harvard, Northern Arizona, Oklahoma Baptist, TCU, USC, UCLA, UNLV and Wisconsin.
Rutgers dropped a heartbreaking 78-73 contest to Florida State in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge.
It was sloppy and ugly in some respects, but the Scarlet Knights played their two best halves of the season so far when it mattered most. Still, Rutgers (6-1) dropped its first match of the season to a visiting Florida State (6-0), 78-73, Tuesday night as part of the Big Ten/ACC Challenge. With the loss, the Knights move to 2-2 all-time in the annual showcase.
After a loss to No. 3 South Carolina (6-1), a win against Western Michigan (3-4), and a loss to Washington State (3-4), the Scarlet Knights (5-2) finished sixth in the Showcase held in Estero, Florida. Undefeated heading into the tournament, they emerged with two losses, but a lot of things to be proud of heading into a stretch of eight straight home games.