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Georgetown 44, Seton Hall 28 Halftime Notes

-Worst performance of the season by the Pirates.  This must be what it's like to watch a team steal the ball from you every chance they get.  Seton Hall continues to have it's troubles when they have the ball, however, every single time the Hoyas made a play on defense, they scored.  For a short time, the Pirates closed the gap to eight, but the Hoyas ended the half on a 12-4 run.  Georgetown also put together a 15-0 run early in the game when Seton Hall was ahead, 7-6.  

-Random thought: How come Seton Hall always starts games slow?  It seems like they always put themselves in an early enough hole to start wasting timeouts early.  Then, when they have to have timeouts in close games in the final four minutes, they never have enough.

-Once again, Herb Pope is in foul trouble.  He ended the half with 4 points and 5 boards.  With him in foul trouble, along with the tunrovers, the Hoyas have scored 28 of their points inside.

-Georgetown is shooting 16 of 23 for 69.6 percent from the floor.  Seton Hall is 10 of 26 for 38.5 percent.  You don't win games with that much differential.  Ditto when you're -3 in turnover margin as well.

-One good sign for the Pirates, they hit 7 of 8 free throws, after going 21-24 against Cincinnati.  Let's hope they turned a corner on the free throw shooting. 

-None of Bobby Gonzalez point guards have played well.  Jordon Theodore has been irratic, while Eugene Harvey and Keon Lawrence have been non-existent.

-Down 16, let's see if the Pirates can improve their play.  They need to be strong with the ball and more attentive on the defensive end.  Hopefully, Jeremy Hazell can finally decide to start playing, since after making the first shot of the game, he's been invisible.

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