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Rutgers' Austin Johnson, right, looks to pass to teammate Myles Mack, left, as he is defended by DePaul's Donnavan Kirk, center, during the first half. (March 12, 2013)

Big East Tournament: Rutgers 76, DePaul 57

Rutgers defeated DePaul, 76-57, Tuesday in the first round of the Big East Tournament at Madison Square Garden.

DePaul's Cleveland Melvin drives past Rutgers' Wally Judge
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DePaul's Cleveland Melvin drives past Rutgers' Wally Judge (33) and Myles Mack (4) during the second half. (March 12, 2013)

Rutgers' Wally Judge recovers the ball after blocking
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Rutgers' Wally Judge recovers the ball after blocking a shot by DePaul's Cleveland Melvin during the second half. (March 12, 2013)

Rutgers' Myles Mack chases down a loose ball
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Rutgers' Myles Mack chases down a loose ball as DePaul's Jamee Crockett, center, and Donnavan Kirk, left, watch during the first half. (March 12, 2013)

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Rutgers' Austin Johnson, right, shoots over DePaul's Donnavan
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Rutgers' Austin Johnson, right, shoots over DePaul's Donnavan Kirk during the first half. (March 12, 2013)

DePaul's Cleveland Melvin defends against Rutgers' Wally Judge
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DePaul's Cleveland Melvin defends against Rutgers' Wally Judge during the first half. (March 12, 2013)

DePaul's Worrel Clahar protects the ball from Rutgers'
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DePaul's Worrel Clahar protects the ball from Rutgers' Myles Mack during the first half. (March 12, 2013)

Rutgers head coach Mike Rice calls out to
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Rutgers head coach Mike Rice calls out to his team during the first half. (March 12, 2013)

Rutgers' Austin Johnson, right, looks to pass to
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Rutgers' Austin Johnson, right, looks to pass to teammate Myles Mack, left, as he is defended by DePaul's Donnavan Kirk, center, during the first half. (March 12, 2013)

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