Georgia vs Seton Hall Picks, Odds | NIT Semifinals Prediction

The semifinals of the NIT take center stage on Tuesday night -- and the first matchup of the evening we'll be breaking down is Georgia vs Seton Hall, which is scheduled for 9:30 p.m. ET on ESPN2.

The Bulldogs are 4.5-point underdogs on the spread in Tuesday's contest; with the game total set at over/under 144.5 at FanDuel.

Here's everything you need to know about Georgia vs Seton Hall -- the latest betting odds, as well as our expert picks and prediction for this NIT semifinals matchup on Tuesday, April 2.

Georgia vs Seton Hall Odds

Georgia vs Seton Hall Picks & Prediction

The Georgia Bulldogs are the hottest ATS team in the NIT by covering seven consecutive games as they battle Seton Hall in the second semifinal matchup on Tuesday.

After squeezing past Xavier in the first round of the NIT, the Bulldogs stunned Wake Forest and Ohio State as road underdogs to reach the semifinals for the first time since 1998.

Seton Hall was drubbed by St. John's in the Big East tournament, but the Pirates have bounced back with three straight wins in the NIT - all at home.

The Pirates rallied past St. Joseph's in the first round, followed by blowouts of North Texas and UNLV, as Seton Hall has shot 20-of-45 from 3-point range in the past two victories.

Since the start of January, Georgia owns a solid 16-7 ATS mark, but has struggled on neutral-site courts with a 1-4 record.

The Bulldogs have done damage away from Athens in this tournament, while Seton Hall is leaving the New York-New Jersey area for the first time in nearly a month.

Pick: Georgia +4.5 (-110)

Georgia vs Seton Hall Game Time & TV Channel

Date: Tuesday, April 2
Matchup: SEC vs Big East
Venue: Hinkle Fieldhouse
Location: Indianapolis, IN
Time-TV: ESPN2, 9:30 p.m. ET

Georgia vs Seton Hall Betting Stats

1) Seton Hall Pirates
(Big East)

SU: 20-12
ATS: 14-18
O/U: 16-16
PPG: 72.8
OPPG: 69.5

4) Georgia Bulldogs

SU: 17-16
ATS: 17-15-1
O/U: 15-18
PPG: 75.0
OPPG: 74.7

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