When a team like Seton Hall upsets a top-10 team on the road it means it played well. When a team like Seton Hall blows out a top-10 team on the road it also means just about everything went wrong for the opposition. The other thing it usually means is that that top-10 team probably shouldn’t be in the top 10.
The loss to Pitt on Monday was a “good loss.” This loss to Villanova was unequivocally a bad one. The offense looked completely out of sync and the defense could do nothing to contain the Wildcats’ frontcourt players. Villanova controlled the game, never trailing after taking a 7-6 lead, at the 15:50 mark of the first half.