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Around the Hall: Fine Line, Honor Roll, Pirate Blue Auction, Monday's Rankings

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Seton Hall is walking a fine line in their decision to reinstate Keon Lawrence while criminal charges are still pending, writes Mike Vorkunov of the New Jersey News Room:
Does that mean that if there is more to come for Lawrence, he will be suspended again? What exactly is meant by sanction? It would look pretty bad for the Pirates if he has to sit down again later in the season. The school is walking a fine line, hedging their bets that nothing will come of the charges on Lawrence and that no further embarrassment will come.
Herb Pope was named to the Big East Weekly Honor Roll in recognition of his performances last week:
Those joining Pope on the Weekly Honor Roll include: Greg Monroe of Georgetown, Tim Abromaitis of Notre Dame, Gregory Echenique of Rutgers and D.J. Kennedy of St. John's.
The Pirate Blue On-Line auction is open! The auction features once in a lifetime Pirate experiences, exclusive autographed Seton Hall memorabilia and much more. The auction closes Thursday, December 17th so this is a perfect opportunity to get a great holiday present for that special Pirates fan. Check out the Pirate Blue Online Auction page for the full list of items!

The Pirates received 6 votes in today's AP Top 25 poll and 2 votes in today's Coach's poll.

After ranking the Pirates 48th in the pre-season, CollegeHoops.net lists Seton Hall 32nd among the nation's top 50 after beginning the season 6-0.