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Sunday / December 8.
  • PISCATAWAY, N.J. — Louisville hasn’t lost a Big East game yet.

    Rutgers has yet to win one.

    When the two teams met Wednesday night at the Rutgers Athletic Center, it was obvious why they are headed in opposite directions.

    Louisville has a ton of talent, much of it from right here in the metropolitan area.

    Read the full story here and check out the highlights above.

    PRICE LEADS UCONN OVER NOVA

    REad the game story here. And check out the highlights below.

    St. John’s has offered scholarships to a pair of Thomas Jefferson standouts, 6-foot-6 junior forward Joel “Air Jamaica” Wright and 6-1 sophomore guard Davontay Grace.

    “They offered Joel and Davontay,” Jefferson coach Lawrence Pollard said Wednesday. “I think Davontay is going to go there. He likes it. I think he wants to play for Norm [Roberts]. He likes it there.”

    As for Wright, he holds offers from St. John’s, Providence, West Virginia, Central Florida and Fordham.

    For those interested in the whereabouts of former Seton Hall forward Mike Glover, he’s currently at ASA, a start-up JUCO program in New York.

    “He’s in school here and he’s been in school for our fall semester,” said Kenny Wilcox, the ASA coach. “He needs some credits to get eligible for junior college and we’re working on that. We hope to have him on the court in a couple of weeks, in or around Feb. 1.”

    Wilcox said a return to Division 1 was a ways off.