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With 6 minutes remaining in the second half and the Rutgers men’s basketball team up by 5, it looked like the Scarlet Knights (14-17, 7-13) were going to live to fight another day. But a 15-0 gut punch by Nebraska, seemingly out of nowhere, knocked Rutgers out of the Big Ten Tournament and ended its season.
Mathematically speaking, the worst case scenario transpired for the Rutgers men’s basketball team over the final week of the regular season.
Down by 18 at halftime against Penn State, the Rutgers men’s basketball team looked dead in the water.
As the old proverb goes: Revenge is a dish best served cold, meaning vengeance is often more satisfying if it isn't exacted immediately.
Heading into Saturday’s game against Iowa, there will only be one thing on the minds of the Rutgers men’s basketball team: Revenge.
After losing to a top-25 team in Iowa three nights ago, the Rutgers men’s basketball team will now have to go on the road to take on another ranked team — this one in the top 10. So it goes for life in the Big Ten.
A regular college basketball game lasts for 40 minutes. During those 40 minutes, each second is just as important as the last as any play from a missed free throw to a costly turnover can be the difference in the outcome of the game.
A win is a win, no matter what. That’s what the Rutgers men’s basketball team must be telling itself right now after squeezing out an ugly 59-56 road victory over Northwestern on Wednesday night.
Following its overtime loss against Illinois on Saturday, the Rutgers men’s basketball team will look to put a stop to its current three-game losing streak when it travels to Evanston, Illinois to face Northwestern tonight at 7 p.m. for a Jan. 18 rematch.
It took overtime and nearly 200 total points, but in the end the Rutgers men’s basketball team suffered a heartbreaking 99-94 loss against Illinois inside the State Farm Center in Champaign, Illinois over the weekend.
The last time the Rutgers men’s basketball team hosted an AP top-10 team inside the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC), it gave then-No. 9 Michigan State all it could handle in front of a sold-out crowd, but couldn’t finish the job.
Three weeks after the Rutgers basketball team took down then-No.16 Ohio State inside the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC) for its first Big Ten win of the season and making a statement for the rest of the conference, the team traveled to Columbus, Ohio to try and recreate its success.
With just ten games left in the regular season and halfway through the conference schedule, the Rutgers men’s basketball team’s season has been a season of streaks — both good and bad.
After losing to Northwestern at home nearly two weeks ago and mired in a three-game losing streak, the Rutgers men’s basketball team held a players-only meeting.
Since joining the Big Ten Conference in 2014, the Rutgers men’s basketball team had never won back-to-back games in the regular season — a streak that spanned 78 games. But on Saturday, inside the Bryce Jordan Center, that streak snapped.
With the spring semester looming and classes set to begin once again, the Rutgers basketball team wanted to give the student body one more thing to celebrate before going back to school. And that it did, with a win over Nebraska inside the Rutgers Athletics Center Monday night.
In its first trip to New York City since last year’s memorable Big Ten Tournament, the Rutgers men’s basketball team traveled to the five boroughs to take on Fordham for the third straight year.
As the fall semester draws to a close, the Rutgers men’s basketball team is still in full swing, its latest matchup being a road game against Fordham on Saturday inside the Rose Hill Gymnasium at 2:30 p.m.
Over six days, the Rutgers men’s basketball team played against Miami on the road, came back home to play then-No. 9 Michigan State on short rest and traveled back on the road to face No. 12 Wisconsin. Now, the Scarlet Knights have a little break to catch their breath before their next opponent, Fordham.
After suffering a home loss to then No. 9 Michigan State on Friday night and squandering a chance at a program-defining moment, the Rutgers men’s basketball team had little time to dwell as it traveled to a road contest against Wisconsin on Monday night.