It doesn’t make sense. When St. John’s coach Chris Mullin sees the stat sheet in front of him, his team’s Big East record (0-11) looks like a misprint. Somehow, a team that can stand toe-to-toe with the nation’s best carries the worst conference record in the country. And every time the Red Storm convince themselves their long-awaited Big East win is near, the alarm clock blares, and a nauseating reality returns. “This has been somewhat like Groundhog Day,” Mullin said Tuesday night following the Red Storm’s 73-68 loss to No. 6 Xavier at Carnesecca Arena, the team’s eighth loss in the past 10 games by seven points or fewer. “They understand all the good things that they’re doing. … I’m proud of the way they’re playing. Just getting that W, that’s what we’re going to keep working towards. “They know they’re right there. There’s no disputing that. It’s not up for debate.” Being right there doesn’t matter right now. Still without a win since Dec. 20, St. John’s (10-13, 0-11) has lost 11 straight games, and next plays No. 4 Duke on Saturday at the Garden, followed by a trip to No. 1 Villanova. After losing to Xavier (20-3, 8-2) by six points two weeks ago, the Red Storm were in position to pull a massive upset again. While sophomore Shamorie Ponds (31 points, five assists, six steals) was painting his latest masterpiece, and becoming the 10th player in school history to surpass 1,000 career points in just two seasons, the Red Storm limited Xavier’s leading scorers, Trevon Bluiett and J.P. Macura, to 7-of-26 combined shooting,