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Referee Michael Stephens, right, calls a flagrant foul on Pittsburgh's Nasir Robinson (35) during a play against Seton Hall's Herb Pope, bottom, as referee Michael Nance, left, looks on. The call put Pope, a former star at Aliquippa, on the line for two free throws and gave Seton Hall possession of the ball. Seton Hall won 73-66.

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