State rivals Rutgers and Seton Hall, former longtime conference foes, will renew their men's basketball rivalry with a game at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey, on Dec. 12.
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Our panel discusses whether the Big Ten's title issues are rooted in recruiting, and other finer points along the B1G trail.
- Seton Hall, Rutgers agree to renew rivalry in '21
- Rutgers picks up transfer in LSU forward Hyatt
- Rutgers guard Mathis transfers to St. John's
- UCLA brings on Rutgers grad transfer Johnson
Jeff Borzello talked to anonymous coaches about the Big Ten schools that have the most and fewest recruiting advantages.
Forward Aundre Hyatt is transferring from LSU to Rutgers, where he will have three seasons of eligibility remaining.
Rutgers guard Montez Mathis has transferred to St. John's after three seasons with the Scarlet Knights.
Myles Johnson, the ex-Rutgers standout who finished second in the Big Ten in blocks and sixth in rebounding this past season, is transferring to UCLA.
Michigan's Isaiah Livers, Iowa's Jordan Bohannon and Rutgers' Geo Baker are asking that the NCAA adopt a temporary blanket waiver that would allow all athletes to make money from endorsement deals next school year.
Geo Baker says Rutgers players discussed delaying their NCAA tournament game last week against Clemson as part of an ongoing protest of inequities in college sports.
NCAA president Mark Emmert has informed a group of players who started a social media campaign to protest inequities in college sports that he will meet with them after the NCAA tournament.
Joe Boylan, the radio voice for Rutgers basketball and a former coach of the Scarlet Knights, has died at the age of 82.
We're only in the round of 32, and March Madness feels extra mad. Sunday's action started with No. 1 Illinois going down to Loyola Chicago and saw No. 15 Oral Roberts advance.
— Quentin Grimes scored 22 points, Tramon Mark converted a soaring three-point play with 24 seconds left, and Houston beat Rutgers 63-60 on Sunday night to reach the Sweet 16.
What started as a field of 68 is down to 32. Here's how we rank the teams that remain heading into Sunday's action.
— Geo Baker spent part of this week using his voice to raise awareness about inequities in college sports.
Using the hashtag #NotNCAAProperty, college basketball players on Wednesday pushed for the NCAA to permit athletes to earn money for things such as sponsorship deals, online endorsements and personal appearances.
— Ayo Dosunmu scored 23 points and No. 3 Illinois easily beat Rutgers 90-68 in the quarterfinals of the Big Ten Tournament on Friday night.
— Jacob Young had 23 points, seven assists and five rebounds to help Rutgers hold off Minnesota for a 77-70 victory Saturday in overtime to finish the regular season.
— Lat Mayen scored 25 points with five 3-pointers and Nebraska cruised past Rutgers 72-51 on Monday night, hours after announcing its leading scorer Teddy Allen had left the program.
— Geo Baker and Ron Harper Jr. had 20 points apiece to help Rutgers rally from a 15-point deficit and beat Indiana 74-63 on Wednesday night.
— Aaron Wiggins led a balanced attack with 13 points and 10 rebounds and Maryland won its fourth game in eight days with a 68-59 win over Rutgers on Sunday.