DENVER – For the first time in a decade, 6-seed Seton Hall will play an NCAA tournament game when they clash with 11-seed Gonzaga late Thursday night on truTV. Please use this for all in- and post-game discussion until our first recap.
Wednesday in Denver officially kicked off a March Madness ride the Pirates have been without for the last decade.
Altitude, altitude, altitude. That is the 5,280-dollar question heading into Thursday night’s NCAA tournament first round game between Seton Hall and Gonzaga.
SOUTH ORANGE – In a weird way, Seton Hall’s apparent hosing by the NCAA selection committee fits right into this season’s plot.
SOUTH ORANGE – For the first time in a decade, Seton Hall will partake in March Madness.
Has it sunk in yet? Can you believe what exactly happened last night at Madison Square Garden?
Up along the ropes against No. 3 Villanova in the Big East Tournament final, with everything on the line and the game clock under a minute, it was once again a defensive stop that made Seton Hall’s first conference tournament title in 23 years possible.
Villanova had the ball, the shot clock was off and it looked like they were in the driver’s seat for their second straight Big East tournament crown.
You can feel it. This is Seton Hall’s chance to make history.
NEW YORK – Seton Hall was the better team from start to finish as the Hall dispatched of No. 5 Xavier for the second time this season to reach the Big East Tournament for the first time in 23 years. A few quick thoughts and quotes from the Garden.