Brent Yarina, BTN.com Senior Editor, January 11, 2015
It was a historic night for Rutgers on Sunday night.
In taking down No. 4 Wisconsin, 67-62, the Scarlet Knights scored their biggest upset in program history. Their previous biggest upset was over No. 6 West Virginia in 1982.
The fans must not have gotten the memo, because they rushed the court with just a bit of hesitation. To be fair, according to many people on Twitter, security wouldn't let the fans onto the floor until Wisconsin left the court.
Still, Rutgers coach Eddie Jordan took notice.
"One thing we have to work on is, we have to learn how to rush the court when you have a big win like that," Jordan said, to open his postgame press conference. "It wasn't impactful enough."
Watch Jordan's full comments on the court storming below.
The way the Scarlet Knights have opened Big Ten play, at 2-2, they should have another chance to impress their coach.
The Rutgers players did more than their share of celebrating.
Jordan also got emotional in his postgame press conference. Watch it below.
And how about these great reaction shots?!