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USF's goal in Big East tournament

Big East tournament

What USF needs to do: The Bulls just want to stick around as long as possible. They have a solid chance against a reeling Seton Hall team tonight, and with a win USF would play Syracuse, a team that won only 55-44 in Tampa in January. Any wins are more positive momentum for 2013-14; the Bulls were 1-14 two weeks ago and won two of their last three games to end the regular season. Bulls guard Martino Brock, who bruised his thigh in the final minute of regulation in Saturday's overtime loss at Cincinnati, has not practiced since and is questionable tonight.

Greg Auman, Times staff writer

USF's goal in Big East tournament 03/11/13 [Last modified: Monday, March 11, 2013 11:15pm]
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