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Halftime Notes: Seton Hall 49, Notre Dame 39

Sometimes, there's no place like home.

After struggling mightily on the road the past three games, Seton Hall has come back to the Rock to lead Notre Dame by ten after one half of play.  This half for the most part was a back and forth affair; when one side was turning the ball over, so would the other.  Then they would trade three's.  The Pirates would break this trend by ending the half on a 21-10 run, with success with both Jeremy Hazell on and off the floor.

Hazell has bounced back thus far with 17 PTS tonight and he's made a much bigger impact, obviously than he did on Saturday.  Disclaimer: ESPN's game page isn't up-to-minute and I can't give you complete stats for every player.

His superstar counterpart, Luke Harangody, has been in some foul trouble and finished the half with 6 points on 1 for 5 shooting.  Jeff Robinson was playing better than him with a couple of jumpers in Harangody's face.  Interesting note: Brendan Prunty tweeted that our student section chanted "Shrek" when he was at the line, not sure why myself.

Notre Dame was very sloppy with 9 turnovers when they average 10 a game.  They also had mental blip and intentionally fouled Harvey on a fast break.

Seton Hall cleaned up as the half progressed and had a lot of key contributors.  Stix Mitchell hit a pair of big 3PT shots when Hazell sat down, Lawrence started to use his speed to make plays after some frustrating jumpers we have come to expect.  JT came off the bench tonight and also made a couple of jumpers.  Pleasant surprise. 

The second half has started, let's hope the Pirates can keep up the good work and keep Harangody from taking over down in the post.  

This FanPost was made by a member of the South Orange Juice community and is to be treated as the opinions and views of its author, not that of the blogger or blog community as a whole.

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