Posted October 28, 2011 on rutgers.scout.com
PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Mike Rice enters his second season as men's basketball coach at Rutgers, and he is going in with lofty goals. Rice said he wants a winning record in the Big East, which the school has never accomplished, and his players discussed why they thought that was possible.
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