NEWARK -- Stuck in the mud of a five-game losing streak, Myles Mack went back to his experience on the playground to turn the momentum his way.
Leading bby three in the final minute against Seton Hall, Mack knew exactly what was coming when Seton Hall's Fuquan Edwin took the ball into the corner. From their experience playing together in Paterson, N.J., Mack stepped in front of Edwin and forced a jump ball.
With the posession arrow going Rutgers' way, it was game over.
Mack led Rutgers with 15 points and an impressive five steals at the Rock. He spoke to ScarletReport.com after the game about what went right in the 56-51 victory.