|Post-Game Coverage ||Video Content |
|Championship Central ||Highlights |
|Box Score ||Interview with Kevin Willard |
|Notes ||Interview Fuquan Edwin |
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NEW YORK -- Fuquan Edwin scored 17 points, including the final six in regulation, and Seton Hall rallied past South Florida 46-42 in overtime Tuesday night in the opener of a last-of-its-kind Big East tournament.
Gene Teague added 14 points and 10 rebounds for the 12th-seeded Pirates (15-17), who face No. 19 Syracuse in the second round on Wednesday afternoon.
Even after playing an extra 5 minutes, the teams barely eclipsed the lowest-scoring game in Big East tournament history, Georgetown's 46-41 first-round victory over Villanova in 2003.
Zach LeDay had 13 points and 15 rebounds to lead No. 13 seed South Florida (12-19), which shot 24.2 percent and squandered an eight-point cushion down the stretch in a game between offensively challenged squads that both went 3-15 in conference play this season.