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Tuesday 2/13/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore




VIRGINIA (23 - 2) at MIAMI (18 - 6)
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Tuesday, 2/13/2018 9:00 PM
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VIRGINIA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games23-2+5.916-65-1768.032.846.1%32.652.824.437.7%31.4
Road Games9-1+8.49-11-965.930.945.1%31.354.324.839.1%31.7
Last 5 Games4-1-43-21-463.428.642.8%30.857.426.843.1%32.8
Conference Games12-1+1.99-42-1164.229.343.9%30.853.224.939.4%32.8
VIRGINIA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)68.032.825-5546.1%8-2038.2%10-1376.9%3371414794
vs opponents surrendering71.733.525-5943.1%8-2235.0%13-1971.0%34913186143
Team Stats (Road Games)65.930.925-5545.1%8-2038.8%8-1179.4%3161415684
Stats Against (All Games)52.824.419-5137.7%6-2029.7%9-1271.3%3179154143
vs opponents averaging77.136.527-6045.6%8-2235.8%14-2072.3%37915187134
Stats Against (Road Games)54.324.819-5039.1%5-1730.6%10-1568.7%32610143124

MIAMI - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games18-6+2.18-1010-975.535.046.9%36.266.629.441.3%34.0
Home Games9-1+21-44-180.037.347.5%39.164.829.239.7%34.5
Last 5 Games3-2+0.61-43-280.839.246.9%34.877.635.049.5%30.8
Conference Games7-5+0.54-88-475.636.844.8%35.374.233.346.4%33.7
MIAMI Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)75.535.028-5946.9%8-2136.7%12-1866.2%36913167124
vs opponents surrendering71.833.426-5943.5%8-2234.7%13-1871.5%35913186133
Team Stats (Home Games)80.037.328-6047.5%8-2235.3%15-2365.7%39914157124
Stats Against (All Games)66.629.424-5841.3%7-2031.9%12-1672.3%34812176133
vs opponents averaging74.23526-5845.2%8-2235.4%14-1971.1%36914176134
Stats Against (Home Games)64.829.224-6239.7%7-2231.4%9-1365.6%34913187153
Average power rating of opponents played: VIRGINIA 81.6,  MIAMI 78.8
VIRGINIA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/30/2017BOSTON COLLEGE59-58W-15.5L127.5U23-5839.7%33922-5242.3%3413
1/3/2018@ VIRGINIA TECH78-52W-3.5W134.5U30-6149.2%31617-4736.2%3316
1/6/2018N CAROLINA61-49W-4.5W134U24-5345.3%301116-5429.6%4219
1/14/2018NC STATE68-51W-14.5W135U23-4156.1%261523-5641.1%2715
1/18/2018@ GEORGIA TECH64-48W-7.5W116U27-5846.6%29917-4240.5%2818
1/21/2018@ WAKE FOREST59-49W-7.5W128U21-5240.4%321017-4637.0%2912
1/27/2018@ DUKE65-63W3.5W133.5U26-6639.4%31527-5648.2%4416
2/3/2018@ SYRACUSE59-44W-6W114U23-4748.9%351117-5133.3%267
2/7/2018@ FLORIDA ST59-55W-3W131.5U22-5540.0%27618-4540.0%3111
2/10/2018VIRGINIA TECH60-61L-12L127.5U21-6134.4%36422-5143.1%3710
2/13/2018@ MIAMI              
2/21/2018GEORGIA TECH              
2/24/2018@ PITTSBURGH              
3/1/2018@ LOUISVILLE              
3/3/2018NOTRE DAME              

MIAMI - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/25/2017*MIDDLE TENN ST84-81W-6L134.5O30-5060.0%251327-5251.9%2611
12/30/2017@ PITTSBURGH67-53W-12.5W133U27-5549.1%311519-4740.4%2319
1/3/2018@ GEORGIA TECH54-64L-5L126U21-5637.5%391823-5939.0%3811
1/7/2018FLORIDA ST80-74W-2.5W144O26-5151.0%321525-6936.2%4415
1/13/2018@ CLEMSON63-72L6L132O24-6338.1%37822-5044.0%3612
1/21/2018@ NC STATE86-81W1W145O34-5957.6%241031-5754.4%2915
1/27/2018@ FLORIDA ST94-103L4.5L149O34-6850.0%29733-5560.0%357
2/3/2018@ VIRGINIA TECH84-75W5.5W149O29-5750.9%411329-6048.3%289
2/7/2018WAKE FOREST87-81W-8.5L143O26-5547.3%33931-6547.7%3513
2/10/2018@ BOSTON COLLEGE70-72L-1.5L146U23-5343.4%321525-5050.0%3216
2/19/2018@ NOTRE DAME              
2/24/2018BOSTON COLLEGE              
2/27/2018@ N CAROLINA              
3/3/2018VIRGINIA TECH              
VIRGINIA: Last season: 23-11, lost to Florida in second round of NCAA Tournament
Who's gone: G London Perrantes, G Marial Shayok (transferred), G Darius Thompson (transferred)
Who's back: G Devon Hall. He's a tri-captain the leading returning scorer (8.4 ppg). G Kyle Guy. He made a splash and became a fan favorite with his outside shooting stroke and man bun. The bun is gone, but the stroke is still there. F Isaiah Wilkins. Another tri-captain, he anchors Bennett's Pack-Line defense.
Who's new: F Jay Huff. He's a stretch four who draws comparisons to the like of Dirk Nowitzki, but will be asked to stay closer to the basket much of the time to help with rebounding. G Nigel Johnson. A speedy point guard who brings speed and a love of playing defense. G De'Andre Hunter. A 6-foot-7 guard who, like Huff, redshirted last year and who is a big-time scorer but may be asked to play some forward too because Virginia needs the size
The Skinny: Virginia is younger and without a go-to guy like Joe Harris, Malcolm Brogdon or Perrantes, but Guy and PG Ty Jerome both demonstrated outside shooting skills last season, Huff's improvement has been hyped throughout the offseason and the ever-present defensive focus always steals a few victories.
MIAMI: Last season: 21-12, lost in first round of NCAA tournament.
Who's gone: G Davon Reed, F Kamari Murphy.
Who's back: G Bruce Brown. The 6-5 sophomore averaged 11.8 points, 5.6 rebounds and 3.2 assists last season, and is widely expected to turn pro after this season; G Ja'Quan Newton. Miami's lone senior averaged 13.5 points last season; G Dejan Vasiljevic. The sophomore from Australia wins raves for his shooting range, but he made only 36 percent of his field goal tries last season. F Dewan Huell. The 6-11 sophomore is expected to be Miami's best front-court player. C Ebuka Izundu. The 6-10 junior from Nigeria has gained nearly 30 pounds since his freshman year.
Who's new: G Lonnie Walker IV. The 6-4 freshman from Reading, Pennsylvania, is Larranaga's most highly touted recruit at Miami; G Chris Lykes. The 5-7 freshman is expected to see considerable playing time.
The Skinny: The season begins under the cloud of the FBI investigation into college basketball, with Larranaga saying he was named in court documents but has done nothing wrong. On the court the outlook is bright. Larranaga's goal is for the Hurricanes to rank in the top 25 in offensive and defensive efficiency, which shows his expectations are high. Brown and Walker IV are considered potential NBA first-round draft picks next year and are projected to be part of a balanced, potent attack, but defense could be shaky early in the season.
Virginia takes new No. 1 ranking to Miami

Virginia's home loss to rival Virginia Tech on Saturday didn't faze either the NCAA Men's Basketball Committee or media voters in the weekly Associated Press poll.

The Cavaliers (23-2, 12-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) were awarded the No. 1 spot in preliminary NCAA Tournament seedings released Sunday and will take their first No. 1 ranking in the poll in 36 years into their game Tuesday night against Miami in Coral Gables, Fla.

The Hurricanes (18-6, 7-5 ACC) were not as fortunate. Their weekend loss at Boston College ended their winning streak at three games and knocked them from the No. 25 spot they held in the poll a week ago.

Virginia's loss to the Hokies ended a 15-game winning streak for the Cavaliers, who had to rally late to send the game into the extra period and then led by five points with 39.1 seconds left.

But guard Davon Hall missed two of three free throws, including the first of a one-and-one, while the Hokies scored on their final three possessions for the 61-60 win. The Cavaliers had a last chance, but guard Ty Jerome missed a long desperation attempt as time ran out.

"We almost stole that game," Virginia coach Tony Bennett said. "But that's what it would have been, stealing that game. They outplayed us. I told our guys, 'I liked some of the shots and the plays you made and stretches of stops to get back in that game, to put it to overtime,' but even when we had the lead one time we fell down.

"We missed some free throws and had a couple miscues. You can't do that if you're going to steal one."

Despite the loss, the Cavaliers hold the top spot since Dec. 21, 1982.

The Cavaliers bounced back from their first loss, 68-61 at West Virginia in early December, after an 11-day break with an 80-60 romp past Davidson their next outing but now face a quick turnaround and much tougher opponent this time.

"We are going to have to fight like crazy every game," Bennett said. "Everybody is capable of beating everybody in this league, and that is reality. If you are little off it is not enough."

Miami had won five of its previous six outings before the road loss to Boston College and had won all three games since losing its No. 2 scorer and top rebounder, guard Bruce Brown, to a foot injury. Different players had been stepping up to fill the void, even 6-foot-10 redshirt freshman backup forward Sam Waardenburg.

Waardenburg hit three key 3-pointers in a win over Wake Forest and two more in 16 minutes against the Eagles. Waardenburg hadn't played in a six-game stretch in late December-early January but has averaged 6.0 points off the bench over the last five games.

"I can stretch the floor out, give lanes to these guys (the guards) to get to the rim," Waardenburg said. "I can set screens. I can do a lot."

Miami coach Jim Larranaga is expected to return to the sideline after spending the BC game in the locker room with an apparent case of the flu.

The Hurricanes are 7-1 against Virginia in Coral Gables. Virginia's only road win in the series was an 89-80 double overtime win on Jan. 3, 2015.

Last Updated: 2/23/2019 7:42:01 PM EST

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