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College Hoops Picks ATS, Feb. 25: South Florida Bulls at Seton Hall Pirates

Ryan BrennanSenior Analyst INovember 2, 2016

South Florida Bulls (3-11, 8-18) at Seton Hall Pirates (5-9, 14-12)

Wednesday, Feb. 24—7:00 PM EST on The Big East Local Network


Seton Hall is looking to snap their three-game losing streak on Wednesday when they host South Florida for their only scheduled meeting this season.

Despite their recent slide, the Pirates still sit in eleventh in the Big East. While their chances of making it to the next bracket up for the Big East tournament seem slim at this point, they want to at least stay in the top half of the ninth through sixteenth seeds.

The Bulls struggles have been displayed throughout much of the season—they entered conference play as the only Big East team with a losing record, and they currently sit in 14th with two wins over Big East winless DePaul, and one chance win over Marquette.

South Florida doesn't look like they are going to be able to stop the Pirates's hopes of staying in the upper part of those first day tournament games, but both teams are well aware that upsets can happen.

By The Numbers

South Florida8-183-1114-111622059.865.0
Seton Hall14-125-912-71026374.572.3


South Florida40.042.530.231.757.939.65.512.312.9
Seton Hall43.942.332.431.572.437.88.412.812.3




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