Big East Basketball Standings 2012: Thanks To Seton Hall Loss, WVU Gets First-Round Bye

Now that all the regular-season games are over, here are the final Big East Basketball Standings. Seton Hall's embarrassing 86-58 loss to Big East cellar-dwellers DePaul on Saturday night was good for WVU, which snuck into the No. 8 spot in the conference as a result. Pitt, meanwhile, finished a disappointing 13th.

No. 2 Syracuse 17-1 30-1
No. 7 Marquette 14-4 25-6
No. 19 Notre Dame 13-5 21-10
No. 12 Georgetown 12-6 22-7
Cincinnati 12-6 22-9
South Florida 12-6 19-12
No. 18 Louisville 10-8 22-9
West Virginia 9-9 19-12
Seton Hall 8-10 19-11
Connecticut 8-10 18-12
Rutgers 6-12 14-17
St. John's 6-12 13-18
Pittsburgh 5-13 16-15
Villanova 5-13 12-18
Providence 4-14 15-16
DePaul 3-15 12-18

Because it now has the No. 8 seed, WVU will get a first-round bye and will play the winner of DePaul vs. UConn on Wednesday, March 7. Meanwhile, Pitt will take on St. John's in the first round.

For more on Big East basketball, check out Big East Coast Bias. For West Virginia sports, there's The Smoking Musket, and for Pitt, there's Cardiac Hill.

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