Posted January 11, 2013 on
PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Rutgers basketball has its best Big East start in school history and puts an impressive two-game run on the line against No. 21 Cincinnati at 8 p.m. The physical Bearcats ranked as high as eighth in the country this year before losing three of its last four. Rutgers is 4-1 since coach Mike Rice's return from suspension.
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PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Rutgers basketball is in uncharted territory when it comes to a 2-1 start in Big East play. Speaking at today's practice, head coach Mike Rice breaks down the tremendous opportunities Saturday night against Cincinnati and the need to "know how to win."

Momentum Stopped in Rutgers Loss to Cincy

PISCATAWAY, N.J. – Smelling a third straight upset, Rutgers fell well short of its goal in a 68-58 loss to No. 21 Cincinnati. Leading scorer Eli Carter remained cold with a 1-for-11 night with the offense unable to consistently find the basket. TV: Rutgers Post-Game Presser

NEW YORK -- Squeaking out a 58-56 victory over St. John's, Rutgers head coach Mike Rice and seniors Dane Miller and Austin Johnson discuss what went right in the win. At 2-1 in Big East play, Rutgers credited its poise under pressure and court experience for the victory over coach Steve Lavin and the Red Storm.
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