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Seton Hall Can Still Give NCAA Seeding Committee Headaches

Published by on February 28, 2010

Even though Seton Hall lost another heartbreaker today—84-83 to Marquette in OT—there is still a chance they are going to give the NCAA seeding Committee headaches when it comes time to chose the 65 teams for this years tournament.

It's going to come down to the last three, and possibly four or five, games of their season.

With an overall record of 16-11, and 7-9 in Big East play, one would say the chances of the Pirates of making the NCAA tournament are probably not good at all—that may not be true.  If they win their last two games, and win at least one Big East tournament game, they could be sitting right on the bubble on selection Sunday.

The Hall's last two games are very winable, and winning one game in the Big East tournament is a good possibility also.

Rutgers and Providence, two Big East cellar dwellers, are Seton Hall's final two regular season opponents.  Even though both games are on the road, they're games that   Seton Hall should win.

If they win their final two, they will finish the regular season on a 6-2 run—the seeding committee likes to see teams finish strong.

This would bring their final regular seaso...

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