Beginning with Wagner, No. 23 Seton Hall has a pair of tune-up games to lick their wounds and fasten seat belts prior to diving into the thick of their Big East schedule.
Seton Hall’s impressive non-conference schedule tips off on Friday night — how do you think the Pirates will fare prior to the Big East?
From a Seton Hall perspective, you would think the past two meetings with Rutgers would be something to brag about, but the collective 56-point margin of victory was oddly depressing.
The remainder of Seton Hall’s non-conference schedule after taking on South Carolina at MSG is far from difficult on paper.
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.