PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Rutgers seeks an end to its first Big Ten losing streak, but the road does not get easier Sunday when the No. 20 Ohio State Buckeyes visit. Sold out to the general public, the RAC hosts its first ranked team since coach Eddie Jordan upset No. 4 Wisconsin
Ohio State has a Big Ten Player of the Year Candidate in D'Angelo Russell and comes to Piscataway facing a team on a rough losing streak.
Rutgers, however, likely sees the return of freshman guard Mike Williams into the rotation. Williams, who missed the last two games after he rolled his ankle against Penn State, returned to practice this week. His return Sunday would mean fewer minutes for guard Myles Mack in Mack's 100th career start, and another legitimate shooting threat on the perimeter.
Rutgers coach Eddie Jordan broke it down after Friday night's RAC practice.