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Keys and Prediction to First Round game against Rutgers

The game tomorrow afternoon against Rutgers will be a hard fought one.  Despite the fact that both teams aren't doing anything postseason wise, this is still a rivalry game and one in the Big East Tournament.  I expect both teams to come out fully ready to play, and if one team does not come out of the gun ready to play then they will lose.  The primary key for both teams is to stay focused and come out strong.  The keys for Seton Hall are to get Jeremy Hazell good shots and to get him on a roll early, make good decisions with the ball ie not taking bad shots and getting the ball in the paint, and make sure to not lose focus and momentum in the second half.  The keys for Rutgers is to keep Jeremy Hazell at bay, control the tempo, and to make sure Jonathan Mitchell plays well.

As for predictions, as long as Seton Hall plays the way they have been playing this past week and they do not fall apart in the second half they should win this game.  They beat Rutgers on the road and this is a very winnable game as both teams are very close in skill, with Seton Hall being better if they can play at their best.

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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