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PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Rutgers basketball coach Mike Rice spent three seasons with Dane Miller and Austin Johnson and is excited to honor the pair tomorrow night in their final home game. Facing Marquette on Senior Night, Rice went in-depth on what Miller and Johnson meant to him during his transition to head coach and his three years at Rutgers.
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PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Rutgers coach Mike Rice met the post-game media for the final time at the Louis Brown Athletic Center this season. Losing 60-54 to Marquette after a 12-point lead, Rice described what he said was one of the tougher post-game locker room experiences. Rice also discussed how close the program is to turning things around.
PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Senior night tomorrow night will not just be a farewell to Dane Miller and Austin Johnson, but the likely final Big East game in the long history of the Louis Brown Athletic Center. With the anticipated "Catholic Seven" split at the end of the year, Rutgers coach Mike Rice addressed the emotional significance of tomorrow's game against Marquette.
PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Dane Miller almost never went to Rutgers. He also almost left the program after his freshman year. Set to be honored on Senior Night, Miller discussed his pride in sticking with the program and went in-depth on his lessons learned at Rutgers.
Rutgers coach Mike Rice could have turned over a table following his team's 11th loss in 12 games, or ripped into his players for squandering a 12-point second-half lead.
Instead, Rice said he entered the locker room following the Scarlet Knights' 60-54 loss to No. 15 Marquette on Tuesday night and simply told his players they deserved to win.
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WASHINGTON -- Rutgers forwards Dane Miller and Wally Judge met with the media last night folloing the 64-51 loss at the Verizon Center. Disappointed in letting an upset opportunity slip away, the pair discussed why foul trouble and the inability to stop Otto Porter controlled the game.
WASHINGTON -- Whether it was Otto Porter's dominance, a failure to execute offensively or a combination, a frustrated Mike Rice broke down what went wrong in a 64-51 loss to Georgetown Saturday at the Verizon Center. Rice discussed Porter's big performance and major foul issues for the Scarlet Knights in their fourth straight loss.
Weequahic (N.J.) High linebacker Sidney Gopre was offered by Rutgers during a visit to campus last week, and tonight selected the Scarlet Knights during a return trip.
Weequahic High (Newark, N.J.) linebacker Sidney Gopre committed to Rutgers during an unofficial visit to campus, and his coach spoke about what the Scarlet Knights are getting.