Posted December 04, 2012 on rutgers.scout.com
PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Rutgers basketball won four straight after an ugly loss to start the season, but is coming off an 80-67 loss to Mississippi. Junior Wally Judge and sophomore Myles Mack spoke with ScarletReport.com after today's practice to break down the 4-2 start heading into Saturday's clash with a tough Iona team at Madison Square Garden.
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