The Knights come into this season's Big Ten Tournament with a program-best seven conference wins.
A win against the Hoosiers at Assembly Hall grantees the Knights a bye in the Big Ten Tournament.
A reason for the Knights' historic seven-win Big Ten season thus far has been the performance of the freshman class.
In their 14-point upset victory over the then No. 22 Hawkeyes, the Knights had their best shooting performance from the field.
The Knights snapped a two-game losing streak against the Golden Gophers, scoring 40 points in the second half.
The Scarlet Knights had a 7-point half-time lead in their last game, but the Spartans rallied in the second half to pick up the win in East Lansing, Michigan.
A heartfelt condolences go out to Rutgers men's basketball head coach Steve Pikiell and his family after his mother passed away hours prior to the Knights' game against Illinois last weekend.
Tied for the No. 10 seed in the Big Ten, Rutgers and Illinois will go head-to-head in Champaign tomorrow afternoon.
The Knights have attained their highest conference win total since joining the Big Ten in 2014.
Rutgers used a 31-7 run to turn a 10-point deficit into a 14-point lead and ultimately an 8-point win over Indiana to extend its Big Ten winning streak to three. The Knight picked up their fourth Big Ten win of the regular season for the first time ever...and there are still 10 more games to play.
A players only meeting lead by Eugene Omoruyi and Geo Baker has helped spark the Knights' first back-to-back wins since joining the Big Ten.
Rutgers can get back over .500 with a win over Penn State this weekend.
Eugene Omorouyi makes his awaited return to the lineup and Myles Johnson notched his second double-double of the season, as the Knights secured their second Big Ten victory against the Cornhuskers.
The Scarlet Knights couldn't repeat the same performance from last year and handed back the in-state rivalry trophy back to the Pirates to hold for the next year after falling 72-66 at the Prudential Center.
Geo Baker, Eugene Omoruyi leading the way for Rutgers in the early season. The Knights have played some impressive ball against two of the top teams in the country, but haven't been able to close things out, so far.
Rutgers and No. 9 Michigan State were in a back and forth battle throughout the duration of the first half, but the Spartans pulled away in the final 20 minutes to get the win on the road.
Rutgers captured its first road win of the season with style, upsetting Miami in front of its home crowd as a part of the Big Ten/ACC Challenge. The Knights won a 57-54 nail biter to hand the Hurricanes their first home loss of the year.