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Rutgers Upends Seton Hall in OT Thriller

Rutgers Upends Seton Hall in OT Thriller

NEW YORK -- For the first time in fve years Rutgers will be around for the second day of the Big East tournament. It came after the 13th-seeded Scarlet Knights beat No. 12 seed Seton Hall 76-70 in the first round Tuesday at Madison Square Garden.

NEW YORK – Rutgers coach Mike Rice wanted his team to show desire and mental toughness, and on the Big East conference's stage he got it. Rutgers trailed by eight points with 7:44 left in regulation, saw Seton Hall force overtime at the end of regulation on Jeremy Hazell's 3-pointer and watched center Gilvydas Biruta foul out in overtime on a technical foul for swinging his elbows after a rebound...

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