The NCAA selection committee seeded Rutgers seventh this year, which was fair considering their stellar RPI and SOS. However, Rutgers will have to go on the road again to face a lower-seeded host team, just like in 2004 when they lost to UT-Chattanooga in the first round. Rutgers also had to play Hartford in Storrs the next year, Michigan State in Lansing the second round of 2007, and Iowa State in Des Moines in 2008. On the other side of that equation, higher-seeded Auburn was demolished in Piscataway two years ago. If Rutgers can get past Louisiana Tech, they will probably play Texas A&M. Baylor is the top seed in the Dallas region. Full brackets are available here.