Piscataway — As Seton Hall’s once promising season turns from bad to ugly, there is plenty to mull over and process after a 68-48 nightmare at the hands of Rutgers that left Myles Powell concussed in its wake.
Piscataway — The contrast in body language and urgency from the opening tip was apparent.
NEWARK — Seton Hall rode 28 points from Myles Powell to knock off in-state rival Rutgers 72-66 in a Garden State Hardwood Classic payback game.
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?