Posted May 09, 2013 on rutgers.scout.com
Rutgers and Seton Hall jointly announced the continuation of their in-state rivalry in men's basketball. Moving to different conferences, the Scarlet Knights and Pirates will meet during the non-conference portion of the 2013-14 schedule. The series will continue for eight years at alternating home sites.
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