UConn honored Shabazz Napier and the seniors before the game, and Napier dropped 26 points to lead the Huskies over Rutgers, 69-63.
GEICO SportsNite has coverage and highlights of Rutgers 74-73 victory over South Florida on Saturday night.
GEICO SportsNite has coverage and highlights from Rutgers’ loss to UCF on Wednesday night, 67-65.
GEICO SportsNite has highlights from Louisville’s 102-54 win over Rutgers on Sunday.
Nearly four weeks after his team lost by 14 points to SMU in Dallas, Rutgers coach Eddie Jordan saw a silver lining despite a similar defeat Friday night.
Myles Mack had 17 points and Kadeem Jack scored 15, but the Scarlet Knights (10-15, 4-8 American Athletic Conference) were unable to post consecutive league triumphs for the first time this season, falling 77-65 to the No. 23 Mustangs.
“I see improvement in the way we’re going, the way we’re playing,” Jordan said. “I really didn’t have a problem with the way we played tonight. I thought we had terrific effort, we shared the basketball, we played the game plan for the most part but there was some breakdowns, some missed assignments.”
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Thursday night’s game between the SMU Mustangs and Rutgers’ men’s basketball team has been postponed, the conference announced.
The game has been rescheduled for Friday, but the time is to be announced.
Ibrahima Diallo, a 6-foot-10, 225-pound center originally from Senegal, has verbally committed to Rutgers, becoming the fourth pledge for coach Eddie Jordan as the school enters the Big Ten next season.
Diallo, 18, is now at Quality Education (N.C.), the same school that produced St. John’s junior Sir’Dominic Pointer, among others.
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J.J. Moore went from his lowest scoring output of the season against Houston to the highest point production of his career against the Cougars, and all it took was some comfort.
Moore scored a career-high 27 points to lead the Scarlett Knights to a 93-70 victory over Houston Saturday night. The senior swingman had just five points in the Knights’ 77-55 loss to the Cougars on Jan. 19.
Will Cumming had 21 points and a career-high eight assists, Dalton Pepper scored 20 and Temple snapped its longest losing streak in 38 years with an 88-82 win over Rutgers on Wednesday.
The victory was the first in American Athletic Conference play for the Owls, who had lost eight straight games to start the calendar year, including its first seven league contests.
Kadeem Jack had 18 points and eight rebounds for the Scarlet Knights, who have lost four straight and six of seven.
Markus Kennedy scored 18 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to lead SMU to a 70-56 victory over Rutgers. The win was the fourth straight for SMU (15-4, 4-2 American Athletic Conference), whose win total matches last season’s in Larry Brown’s first season as coach.
J.J. Moore led Rutgers (8-11, 2-4) with 15 points and Myles Mack scored 13.
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GEICO SportsNite has the highlights from Rutgers’ AAC clash with SMU where the Scarlet Knights fell 70-56 to the Mustangs.