NEWARK, N.J. -- Freshman guard Jerome Seagears
said the win over Seton Hall
was more than a monkey off the team's back.
Ending the Rutgers losing streak and playing spoiler to Seton Hall in the process, yesterday's win got a gorilla of the team's back, Seagears said.
Seagears hit the shot of the night in overtime when his jumper with 13.5 seconds on the clock served as a back breaker in the 77-72 victory.
NEWARK, N.J. -- Freshman Jerome Seagears likely would have passed in that situation a few months ago. Developing as a college basketball player, Seagears spoke with ScarletReport.com about his game-winning three outside the locker room after the Rutgers 77-72 win over Seton Hall.