Posted January 29, 2013 on
PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Rutgers has three straight losses heading into a road matchup tomorrow with Cincinnati. Losing to the Bearcats two weeks ago, head coach Mike Rice spoke after practice about the changes that need to be made for the rematch and how his team needs to respond to a losing streak.
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Rutgers led by eight points at the half, but did not have enough to hold on for an upset of No. 24 Cincinnati. Losing 62-54 on the road, the Scarlet Knights are now losers of four consecutive games to close out January.
Skai Moore is eager to have his college decision behind him, but he wants to make sure he’s fully investigated all of his options. The 2013 linebacker committed to Rutgers in December and backed off a month later to look into a few other schools. The Scarlet Knights are still high on the list of the University School (Fort Lauderdale, FL) standout and he took an official visit...
Brighton High (Rochester, N.Y.) linebacker/running back Devan Carter changed his commitment to Rutgers on Monday, and he talked about why he switched from Syracuse to the Scarlet Knights.
PISCATAWAY, N.J. – Rutgers basketball is on high alert in the midst of a three-game losing streak. The toughest stretch of the season continues tonight at Cincinnati, a team that already has one win over the Scarlet Knights this year.
Pasco High (Tampa) athlete Janarion Grant talks about why he committed to Rutgers on Tuesday, and where he fits into the Scarlet Knights' offensive plans.
Metuchen (N.J.) High offensive lineman Dorian Miller made his official visit to Rutgers, and the Scarlet Knights commit learned a little more about a program he already knew plenty about.