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    WEEK 6: Other Big East Games 2019-2020

    12/8/2019____Sun

    Buffalo vs DePaul -- Can Big D keep up the streak?

    #16 Seton Hall vs Iowa State -- First game post Samari Curtis

    12/10/2019____Tue

    Brown vs St. John's

    #24 Butler vs #18 Baylor

    12/13/2019____Fri

    Creighton vs UT Rio Grande Valley -- They are The Vaquero

    12/14/2019____Sat

    Southern U vs #24 Butler

    Delaware vs #23 Villanova

    Stoney Brook vs Providence

    Syracuse vs Georgetown

    UI Chicago vs DePaul

    #16 Seton Hall vs Rutgers

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    Ha, of course DePaul is threatening to pull a DePaul now that they finally have a chance to get into the top 25!

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    Looks like the DePaul magic is going to end.

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    Buffalo beats DePaul. It was pretty close at the end, and if DePaul had hit their free throws it might have been a different outcome. I'm kind of surprised their coach is only playing seven guys. That's a lot of minutes.

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    Terrible road loss for Seton Hall at Iowa State. This was a team that they just beat last Friday in a tournament. Not sure how that was scheduled.

    First, Sandro Mamukelashvili went out in the first half with a broken wrist. The pirates couldn't shoot, overall. Powell had 19 points, and was the only SHU player to hit double figures. They allowed 20 turnovers and got outrebounded by a smaller team. They got a ton of fouls called on them, and ISU converted enough that that was the difference in the game.

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    Seton Hall was a three point underdog in that game for whatever it's worth. So certainly not an unexpected outcome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sirthought View Post
    Terrible road loss for Seton Hall at Iowa State. This was a team that they just beat last Friday in a tournament. Not sure how that was scheduled.

    First, Sandro Mamukelashvili went out in the first half with a broken wrist. The pirates couldn't shoot, overall. Powell had 19 points, and was the only SHU player to hit double figures. They allowed 20 turnovers and got outrebounded by a smaller team. They got a ton of fouls called on them, and ISU converted enough that that was the difference in the game.
    Big loss for SH.....that's gonna have a long term impact. Likely at least 4-6 weeks

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    Isu got a very friendly whistle. You have to deal with that on the road but still it was absurd

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    Quote Originally Posted by sirthought View Post
    Terrible road loss for Seton Hall at Iowa State. This was a team that they just beat last Friday in a tournament. Not sure how that was scheduled.

    First, Sandro Mamukelashvili went out in the first half with a broken wrist. The pirates couldn't shoot, overall. Powell had 19 points, and was the only SHU player to hit double figures. They allowed 20 turnovers and got outrebounded by a smaller team. They got a ton of fouls called on them, and ISU converted enough that that was the difference in the game.
    This was scheduled in advance as part of the Big East/Big 12 Battle - the Big East still has a 4-1 edge so far.

    As for Mamukelashvili, the prognosis now is 6-10 weeks. That's at least half the Big East season right there.

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    Big game tonight with #24 Butler vs #18 Baylor. These are 14th and 15th ranked teams, respectively, on Barttorvik.com. Statistically, they are very evenly matched. Butler the underdog just because they are a road team. Can they win?

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