Seton Hall's 4-game win streak on line for against Wake Forest - Sports - The Setonian - Seton Hall University
After four straight wins at home, the Seton Hall men's basketball team is back in action this Saturday against the Wake Forest Demon Deacons. Seton Hall (7-1) is 3-2 all time against Wake Forest (6-3). The two schools last met in 1989 on the Wake Forest campus in Winston-Salem, N.C., with the Pirates prevailing in overtime, 76-74.
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"I don’t think there’s a better point guard in the country right now than him," Willard said after Tuesday night's win over NJIT. And that’s not just coach speak. Theodore is sixth in the country with 7.6 assists per game. That’s after six assists in the first two games. "Really from the VCU game on I’ve been happy with the way we’ve been passing the basketball," Willard said. "I think it’s been contagious because Jordan’s done such a good job."
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It sure did. Cosby broke out against Auburn last Friday, notching 13 points on 4 of 9 3-point shooting to go along with three assists, four rebounds and just one turnover. He kept it going against NJIT Tuesday, scoring 12 points on 3 of 5 from deep. Next up for the surprising Pirates (7-1) is a Saturday night home date with Wake Forest.
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Wake Forest receiver Chris Givens, whose All-Atlantic Coast Conference season catapulted him in the school record books, might play his last game for the Demon Deacons in the Music City Bowl later this month. Givens, a redshirt junior, is considering an early jump to the NFL, he said Thursday. "Thinking about it," Givens said. "It has been weighing on me pretty heavy."
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Wake Forest has something to prove to the Southeastern Conference. The Demon Deacons are eager for another chance at the SEC in the Music City Bowl against Mississippi State after Vanderbilt routed them by 34 in the regular season finale. "It kind of is another shot, because Vanderbilt came up and they beat up on us pretty bad," running back Brandon Pendergrass said Thursday.