TV: Jordan, Rutgers Hoops Back at Work

PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Rutgers basketball returns to the court Wednesday for a road game against a hot George Washington team. Going into Thanksgiving with two ugly home losses, Rutgers coach Eddie Jordan spoke about the "unacceptable" performance of the program and the need to learn from mistakes made.

Rutgers returned to practice quickly after getting a Thanksgiving break. The Scarlet Knights lost three home games in less than a week, and their performance as a program has been unacceptable according to coach Eddie Jordan.

Rutgers gets an energy surge Wednesday with the returns of Kadeem Jack (ankle) and Craig Brown (eye) but face arguably the toughest non-conference game on the schedule.

In a clash of Archbishop Carroll products, Jordan leads Rutgers against George Washington Wednesday in the final game before the "Turnpike Tussle" with Seton Hall.

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