Coming into the season, Wichita State (5-4) was penciled in as the most talented non-conference school to play on the road at Seton Hall (8-2) since the Louis Orr days. While the Shockers’ ranking and record took a hit due to losing three games without All-American point guard Fred VanVleet, Gregg Marshall’s team is still […]
In the same format that I presented last year for South Orange Juice, I will rank all of Seton Hall’s non-conference foes from weakest to strongest and then provide RPI projections – which I’ve been fairly accurate at doing in the past – for each.
In what will be Seton Hall’s biggest non-conference draw in quite a few years, No. 10 Wichita State visits the Rock in mid-December.