'Disappointed' Shaheen Holloway brushes off Seton Hall talk as Saint Peter's run in NCAA men's tournament ends

PHILADELPHIA -- About an hour after Saint Peter's charmed March Madness run sputtered to an end against North Carolina on Sunday, coach Shaheen Holloway emerged from the Peacocks' locker room

As he walked toward the team bus with his oldest son, Xavier, Holloway wore a backpack with an oversize yellow tube of Wet Ones sticking out of the open pocket on the bag's left side

The trappings of a return to reality surrounded him. The din of arena carts echoed through the hallways

Saint Peter's supporters grabbed signs with the school's name from the walls near the locker room. The Peacocks' run to history had shifted to just that -- history

Holloway looked subdued, wearing the familiar ornery grimace he wore on the sideline, as he left the arena "really disappointed in myself" for not adjusting better in the game

After consecutive thrilling wins over No. 2 seed Kentucky, No. 7 seed Murray State and No. 3 seed Purdue, 15th-seeded Saint Peter's failed to muster much of a fight against No. 8 seed North Carolina

The Tar Heels restored world order, advancing to their record 21st Final Four with an authoritative 69-49 victory

All along this run, Holloway spoke of not wanting to wake up from the dream, as Saint Peter's became the first 15-seed in NCAA tournament history to reach the Elite Eight

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