2014-2015 Rutgers Scarlet Knights Basketball Road Schedule
As the Rutgers Scarlet Knights look to step up their
game as they make their move to the Big 10, there are sure to be plenty of major thrills this season for fans willing to head
out of town and see their favorite team in action. Come out and see all of the rim-rocking jams, spectacular blocked shots
and nail-biting moments that have become standard operating procedure over the years. Even though home games are obviously
great, and you can count on Louis Brown Athletic Center to be bumping, seeing your team away from home can give you a completely
different perspective on your favorite team.
And now that the Scarlet Knights are in the Big 10, we're talking about
a whole new slew of top-tier away games against other powerhouses each and every season. In an exciting new era, the Knights
will be going up against teams like Michigan, Ohio State, Michigan State, Wisconsin and more, providing more than enough highly
anticipated matchups each and every season as they Scarlet Knights look to put together a memorable season for fans. Once
you're there in the middle of a tight game that could go either way, you'll definitely be glad that you're not still sitting
Rutgers Scarlet Knights Basketball Team Info
Rutgers has a renowned athletic program that
has a storied history of excellence. Though they played in the Big East for a very long time, that conference had a major
shakeup recently and the Knights ended up making the move to the Big 10, where they'll be met with open arms by an array of
other prominent programs that are never lacking in major talent. When you're there in the middle of a big game featuring the
Knights, you never know who the hero is going to be, providing more than enough incentive to put down the remote and head
out to see what all of the excitement is about as the Scarlet Knights look to show their new conference what they're made
College Basketball Experience
College basketball has plenty of great games on the schedule each and
every season, from plenty of top-tier regular season battles to Tournament clashes that you'll have to see first-hand to believe.
These are some of the best amateur athletes in the entire world, though that's something that you need to see for yourself
to truly appreciate as the Vikings look to do their thing this season. We know that you can follow the action from home or
maybe even catch a few highlights on your smart phone, but it's a completely different thing to actually be there when the
game can still go either way and two talented teams are battling it out on the hardwood.
Rutgers Scarlet Knights
Even though the Scarlet Knights are also very well known for their football program, teams know
that they can do some damage on the basketball court as well. The Knights were particularly good in the late-1970s, as they
made it all the way to the Final Four in 1976 and made it back to the Sweet Sixteen in 1979. Overall, the Knights have made
it to six different NCAA Tournaments and always seem to be in the thick of the Tournament discussion, giving you plenty of
reasons to head out and see if the Knights have what it takes to shoot their way up the Big 10 standings and vie for a ticket
to the Big Dance.
Rutgers Scarlet Knights Basketball Trivia
Did you know that Quincy Douby holds the record
for most points in a season for Rutgers?
Tallying 839 points in 2005-2006, Douby became a Rutgers legend by leading
the Scarlet Knights all the way to the NIT Final, though they would eventually go down to their now Big 10 rival Michigan.
Douby would end up forgoing his senior season to enter the NBA draft, though his scoring record still holds as the Scarlet
Knights take their game to their new conference looking to make a splash.
Rutgers Scarlet Knights Fans
Rutgers Scarlet Knights are always in the middle of one intense battle or another, and the true victors tend to be the fans.
And that's because this is a team that has a very strong fan following, which will make them a very good fit in the Big 10,
a conference known for having the most passionate fans in the entire nation. On the road, you'll get a chance to see that
this is a well-traveled fan base that is always popping up away from home to cheer on their Scarlet Knights, which is why
you definitely don't want to limit yourself to the home matchups at Louis Brown Athletic Center. When you get a chance to
see your favorite team pull down a clutch win on someone else's home court, you'll see loud and clear why seeing your team
on the road is an absolute must.