Marquette led by at least 15 points for the final 33 minutes and had a 23-point halftime lead en route to a laughable 82-59 win Tuesday at the Bradley Center in Milwaukee.
Rutgers (9-11, 0-8 Big East) has lost nine straight, and has lost its eight conference games by an average of 19.1 points.
This time, it was Big East lower-level Marquette (12-8, 3-5) which crushed the Scarlet Knights, whose play makes it more and more possible coach Fred Hill's tenure at the school could end after four seasons.
The Golden Eagles had their way offensively, getting open looks from 3-point range en route making 9 of 17 (52.3 percent) from beyond the arc.
Maurice Akers, who was shooting better than 50 percent from 3-point range, made four in the first half as the Scarlet Knights didn't defend the perimeter with any vigor. The Golden Eagles were also 8 of 14 from 3-point range while building a 26-point first-half lead before taking a 44-21 lead into intermission.
It large deficit marked the sixth time in eight conference games Rutgers has trailed by at least 17 points at the half.
Rutgers cut Marquette's lead to 46-31 with a 10-2 run early in the second half on Ndiaye's dunk, but following a timeout Johnson-Odom made a 3-pointer to assure the Golden Eagles weren't going to give up their lead.