If you’re going to do a yearly competition between yourself and another conference, then the match ups have to be absolutely fire. There are no and’s, if’s, or but’s about it, especially when each side has their share of top-notch talent. As the 2019 Gavitt Games concluded on Thursday night, college basketball fans will be in a treat as No. 3 Michigan State and No. 12 Seton Hall face off at the Prudential Center in Newark, NJ.
This matchup honestly has everything, you want to see in an early-season battle between highly-ranked programs. There’s elite coaching (Tom Izzo and Kevin Willard).