Bulls Continue BIG EAST Action At Seton Hall
The Bulls, who have lost six-straight outings, remain in search of the program's first-ever BIG EAST win. The Pirates, along with Georgetown and Rutgers, are one of three league programs the Bulls will face on two occasions during the regular season. SHU visits Tampa on Feb. 8 in the final game of the home-and-home series. Friday's contest is a part of the league's television package and will be broadcast live in the Tampa area on Catch 47. Following the team's next outing at Seton Hall, South Florida returns home to host nationally ranked Villanova on Tuesday night at 7 p.m.
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