Posted December 07, 2012 on rutgers.scout.com
B1G Week at ScarletReport.com continues today with an in-depth look at the move’s effect on basketball in the recruiting process. With the Big East bringing a stronger basketball reputation than football one, Rutgers coach Mike Rice discussed what the move away from the conference means for his program.
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