NCAA Tournament Bubble Breakdown: Seton Hall vs. Colorado State

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NCAA Tournament Bubble Breakdown:  Seton Hall vs. Colorado State
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Outside of Kansas State’s extremely impressive win at No. 3 Missouri Tuesday night, Seton Hall and Colorado State came up with the next two biggest “W”s of the night. 

Seton Hall came out and shot the lights out in a 73-55 win at home over No. 9 (AP) Georgetown.  It was definitely the biggest win thus far this season for the Pirates, whose win over then-No. 8 Connecticut was probably their biggest win prior to this one.

A few hours later, Colorado State came up with a huge effort in knocking off No. 18 (AP) New Mexico, 71-63, in Fort Collins.  The Rams slowed down a Lobo team who had been a serious tear over the past four weeks, capped off by double-digit wins at San Diego State and at home against UNLV last week.

Both Seton Hall and Colorado State moved closer to a spot in the NCAA Tournament after picking up an extremely significant win. 

Which team is in better shape after Tuesday’s action?  Here’s a look, including the summary numbers on each team below.

Seton Hall:  19-10, 8-9 Big East; RPI 44, SOS 35

Colorado State:  16-10, 6-6 MWC; RPI 26, SOS 5

 

RPI information from realtimerpi.com, updated Feb. 28.  Records are vs. D-I opponents only.

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