Posted January 09, 2013 on
PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- An upset of No. 24 Pittsburgh gives Rutgers basketball its first opportunity for a Big East winning record under coach Mike Rice tonight against St. John’s. Both teams coming off ranked wins for the first since 2003, the Scarlet Knights are in the hunt for win No. 11 tonight at Madison Square Garden.
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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." 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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NEW YORK – Rutgers has a winning record in the Big East for the first time in seven years by beating St. John’s 58-56 tonight at Madison Square Garden. Led by 11 second-half points from Dane Miller, the Scarlet Knights improved to 11-3 on the season.

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