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College basketball preview: USF Bulls vs. Seton Hall


USF vs. Seton Hall

When/where: 7, Sun Dome, Tampa

TV/radio: ESPN2, 1250-AM

Records: Seton Hall 12-6, 3-4 Big East; USF 12-7, 2-5

Notable: In five Big East seasons, the Bulls have never won back-to-back conference games. They have a chance after a win at Providence on Saturday. … USF guard Dominique Jones, with 25.1 ppg in conference play, is tied for second with Seton Hall guard Jeremy Hazell. … The Pirates' 6-8 Herb Pope, leading with 10.7 rpg in league play, goes against 6-11 Jarrid Famous, seventh with 8.4. … Seton Hall, averaging 83.5 ppg, is coming off home wins against No. 9 Pittsburgh and Louisville but hasn't won a true road game in more than two months.

Greg Auman, Times staff writer

College basketball preview: USF Bulls vs. Seton Hall 01/27/10 [Last modified: Wednesday, January 27, 2010 11:35pm]
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