Mack Discusses Senior Night

PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- In a group setting before practice at the RAC, senior guard Myles Mack discussed his standing in the school history books and his decision to stay through an agonizing coaching change as he prepares for his final home game in a Rutgers uniform.

Myles Mack did not have to come back to Rutgers after the ugly offseason that followed Mike Rice's dismissal.

In fact, plenty of friends and family pushed him elsewhere at a time where a hardship waiver was all but guaranteed for a former Rice player.

Mack, instead, went against the grain as one of four scholarship players that stood behind coach Eddie Jordan upon his April 23, 2013 hire.

Mack now approaches his final Rutgers home game after an admittedly disappointing season for the Scarlet Knights. The quick guard from Patterson, N.J., however, has his name solidly in the record books. Mack sits eighth in career points, second in steals, fourth in assists and fourth in three-point shooting.

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