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SETON HALL (13 - 9) at PITTSBURGH (18 - 5)
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725SETON HALL125125.5
SETON HALL - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games13-9-6.26-81-368.432.044.7%35.964.731.041.1%32.7
Road Games4-6-34-51-068.831.345.1%34.271.534.545.8%31.6
Last 5 Games1-4-32-30-259.025.640.8%33.465.230.242.0%31.0
Conference Games2-7-63-60-361.728.941.7%
SETON HALL Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)68.432.024-5344.7%8-2236.6%13-1966.8%361015187163
vs opponents surrendering66.130.624-5642.0%6-1833.1%13-1967.9%351013187144
Team Stats (Road Games)68.831.325-5545.1%8-2137.9%11-1667.7%341014207171
Stats Against (All Games)64.731.022-5441.1%6-1733.7%14-2168.0%33912179133
vs opponents averaging6831.624-5643.1%6-1733.1%14-2067.6%361013187144
Stats Against (Road Games)71.534.525-5445.8%6-1737.5%16-2369.0%32914178133

PITTSBURGH - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games18-5-6.59-88-472.133.548.9%35.954.926.839.5%27.5
Home Games13-2-5.54-53-274.934.950.5%37.253.927.138.7%25.7
Last 5 Games4-1+23-22-
Conference Games6-4-7.55-56-367.732.345.1%35.859.827.940.6%30.9
PITTSBURGH Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)72.133.527-5548.9%5-1435.2%13-2066.1%361217177114
vs opponents surrendering66.230.624-5542.8%6-1833.0%13-2067.8%351013187143
Team Stats (Home Games)74.934.928-5650.5%4-1432.0%14-2166.9%371319167115
Stats Against (All Games)54.926.819-4839.5%5-1730.7%12-1672.2%28810185144
vs opponents averaging68.832.224-5643.3%6-1932.9%14-2069.2%351013187134
Stats Against (Home Games)53.927.119-4838.7%6-1732.1%11-1671.0%26710185143
Average power rating of opponents played: SETON HALL 71.6,  PITTSBURGH 73.3
SETON HALL - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/16/2012N CAROLINA A&T77-66W - -22-4845.8%341522-5738.6%3314
12/19/2012LONGWOOD79-61W - -27-5549.1%371321-5736.8%3313
12/22/2012*LONG ISLAND89-58W - -35-6058.3%371619-5335.8%2618
12/28/2012STONY BROOK60-59W - -19-5335.8%381624-5345.3%3012
1/2/2013@ DEPAUL73-72W2.5W -27-5846.6%402127-5945.8%3212
1/5/2013@ NOTRE DAME74-93L9.5L -29-6445.3%301135-6256.5%378
1/13/2013PROVIDENCE55-67L-5.5L -21-4942.9%351722-6136.1%429
1/16/2013@ MARQUETTE62-69L9.5W -21-5339.6%311720-4643.5%3110
1/23/2013S FLORIDA55-47W-5.5W123U21-4052.5%351719-5633.9%226
1/27/2013@ ST JOHNS67-71L3.5L -25-5942.4%361226-5349.1%319
1/30/2013@ GEORGETOWN52-74L8.5L -14-4332.6%312524-5147.1%3214
2/4/2013@ PITTSBURGH              
2/12/2013@ RUTGERS              
2/23/2013@ LOUISVILLE              

PITTSBURGH - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/19/2012DELAWARE ST71-43W - -30-4961.2%35917-4339.5%148
12/23/2012KENNESAW ST59-43W - -22-5242.3%381016-4238.1%2118
1/5/2013@ RUTGERS62-67L-7L127O21-5637.5%24922-4351.2%3617
1/8/2013@ GEORGETOWN73-45W1W115O27-4955.1%301213-3735.1%2317
1/16/2013@ VILLANOVA58-43W-4.5W129U18-4936.7%391514-4431.8%2718
1/22/2013@ PROVIDENCE68-64W-6.5L127O26-5151.0%301426-5547.3%3016
1/26/2013DEPAUL93-55W-15.5W -35-7149.3%581818-6527.7%3418
1/28/2013@ LOUISVILLE61-64L6W125.5U25-5743.9%351523-5145.1%3312
2/4/2013SETON HALL              
2/9/2013@ CINCINNATI              
2/16/2013@ MARQUETTE              
2/18/2013NOTRE DAME              
2/24/2013@ ST JOHNS              
2/27/2013S FLORIDA              
SETON HALL: It's going to be an uphill battle for the Pirates to compete in this year's Big East, after losing their top two players'Jordan Theodore and Herb Pope'who helped them grind out eight conference wins last year. This team looks to swingman Fuquan Edwin (12.5 PPG, 6.2 RPG, 3.0 SPG) and Aaron Cosby (7.9 PPG, 38% 3-pt FG) to provide leadership, but they don't have the surrounding talent to seriously threaten in this year's conference.
PITTSBURGH: Head coach Jamie Dixon has his work cut out for him this year, replacing two double-digit scorers from last season in SG Ashton Gibbs and SF Nasir Robinson. But any team with a senior point guard like Tray Woodall (11.7 PPG, 6.1 APG) is going to be dangerous, as he is a threat to drive, shoot (1.8 threes per game) or hit his open targets as an elite passer. The question for this team is who he will be passing to, with the most potential resting in the hands of 6-foot-10 freshman C Steven Adams, arguably the best recruit in all of the conference. But also look for 6-foot-5 swingman Lamar Patterson (9.6 PPG, 5.3 RPG) to emerge as more of a scoring threat, with the ability to post up but also extend defenses, making 41% of his threes last season. Senior Dante Taylor (5.8 PPG, 4.9 RPG), a former McDonald's All-American, should also be ready to assume a bigger role in his final go-around after making great use of his limited 18.8 MPG last season.
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*Seton Hall-Pittsburgh Preview* ===============================


Seton Hall (13-9) at Pittsburgh (18-5), 9:00 p.m. EDT

Another home victory over a top 10 opponent helped propel Pittsburgh back into the AP poll.

The No. 23 Panthers hope to avoid a letdown while trying to continue their home dominance of struggling Seton Hall in Monday night's Big East matchup.

After falling 64-61 at No. 11 Louisville last Monday, Pitt (18-5, 6-4) bounced back with a 65-55 win over then-No. 6 Syracuse on Saturday. The Panthers shot 48.0 percent, owned a 39-24 rebounding advantage and held the undermanned Orange to 36.7 percent from the field to win for the fifth time in six games. They improved to 13-1 against top 10 foes since the Petersen Events Center opened a decade ago.

"They're the best team we've played, without any question," Syracuse coach Boeheim said. "It's not even close."

Pitt started 12-1 and spent the last two weeks of December ranked 24th, but lost three of its first four Big East games before recently turning things around. The Panthers have limited their last six opponents to an average of 57.0 points on 38.5 percent shooting, including 28.6 from 3-point range.

They also lead the Big East allowing 27.5 rebounds per contest.

Senior Tray Woodall was the only Panther in double figures with 13 points against Syracuse, but his nine teammates who played each scored.

"This team is unique," coach Jamie Dixon said. "I think the strength is in playing 10 guys. That's not normal but that's what works for us."

That depth could come in handy for a quick turnaround against a Seton Hall team that has lost three in a row and seven of eight.

"We have to focus on Seton Hall," Dixon said. "We have to come out and play with the same aggressiveness (as Saturday)."

Though Pitt lost its last two road games versus Seton Hall (13-9, 2-7), including 73-66 in the teams' only meeting of 2011-12, they've won nine of 11 at home in the series. The Pirates have shot 36.9 percent while losing the last three at Pittsburgh by an average of 20.0 points.

Cincinnati's 29-5 run that covered both halves ultimately led to Seton Hall's 65-59 home loss to the No. 17 Bearcats on Saturday.

"We have to finish the first half strong, then come out strong," Pirates coach Kevin Willard said. "I have to say we're not getting it right now. We have a major issue with that."

That might not be Seton Hall's only problem.

The Pirates have averaged 60.3 points and 16.1 turnovers in the last eight games. Their opponents are scoring 69.9 per contest during that stretch.

"We have to dig deep and find some way somehow to get a win and turn this around," said guard Brandon Mobley, who matched Fuquan Edwin with a team-high 16 points Saturday. "We have a great chunk of our season left. We have to do something to keep this from happening."

Edwin averages a team-leading 16.6 points but has totaled 10 on 5-of-13 shooting in two games versus Pitt.

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