By Adam Zagoria
Rutgers is now officially headed to the Big Ten Conference, but Rutgers and Seton Hall could still play an annual tilt in New Jersey after the Scarlet Knights depart in 2014.
“No question. It’s a state rivalry, the fans enjoy it, it has tradition to it. I’d love to continue that,” Rutgers coach Mike Rice told Jerry Carino of Gannett New Jersey. “We’ll talk between both athletic departments and coaches to figure it out. I’d like to get the same date every year and switch (the site) back and forth so there’s no haggling about the date or the place.”
Seton Hall coach Kevin Willard also said he’d like to play the game.