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CBB : ATS Matchup
Friday 3/16/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore
FLORIDA ST
 
MISSOURI
-1  

+1  
-115

-105

147.5
 
67
Final
54

FLORIDA ST (20 - 11) vs. MISSOURI (20 - 12)
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Friday, 3/16/2018 9:50 PM
NCAA Tournament - First Round - Bridgestone Arena - Nashville, TN
Board OpenLatest
885FLORIDA ST149.5-1.5
886MISSOURI-1146.5
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
FLORIDA ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games20-11-2.613-1318-1181.838.747.4%38.074.534.642.1%34.9
Road Games7-9-4.97-89-776.435.643.5%39.075.536.243.6%36.6
Last 5 Games2-3-2.20-43-276.431.047.8%33.080.239.846.2%34.4
FLORIDA ST Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)81.838.729-6247.4%8-2335.1%15-2268.5%381115187135
vs opponents surrendering7133.125-5843.4%8-2234.8%13-1871.5%35914176133
Team Stats (Road Games)76.435.627-6243.5%7-2132.5%16-2466.3%391213207135
Stats Against (All Games)74.534.626-6242.1%8-2336.4%14-1972.5%35913196143
vs opponents averaging73.434.226-5944.6%8-2135.2%13-1971.7%36914177124
Stats Against (Road Games)75.536.226-6043.6%8-2335.2%15-2170.3%37914195144

MISSOURI - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games20-12-1.716-1512-1873.334.745.3%37.068.131.140.7%32.6
Road Games7-9-38-86-1069.331.743.1%36.469.032.841.9%32.9
Last 5 Games2-3-3.92-32-372.832.042.0%36.474.436.444.3%33.4
MISSOURI Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)73.334.724-5445.3%9-2438.5%15-2173.6%37914185144
vs opponents surrendering71.533.325-5942.6%7-2233.4%14-2070.3%361013196134
Team Stats (Road Games)69.331.723-5443.1%9-2438.3%14-1972.3%36913204144
Stats Against (All Games)68.131.124-5940.7%7-2232.4%13-1773.3%33911206113
vs opponents averaging74.635.126-5944.4%8-2234.8%15-2171.7%371014196134
Stats Against (Road Games)69.032.824-5741.9%7-2034.1%14-2072.3%33812196104
Average power rating of opponents played: FLORIDA ST 80.3,  MISSOURI 79.5
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
FLORIDA ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
1/27/2018MIAMI103-94W-4.5W149O33-5560.0%35734-6850.0%297
1/31/2018@ WAKE FOREST72-76L-5L155.5U27-6144.3%37925-5347.2%3312
2/3/2018@ LOUISVILLE80-76W3W155O27-6045.0%431325-5942.4%3412
2/7/2018VIRGINIA55-59L3L131.5U18-4540.0%311122-5540.0%276
2/10/2018@ NOTRE DAME69-84L1L149O26-6440.6%351227-5549.1%3510
2/14/2018CLEMSON81-79W-4.5L146O32-6152.5%331728-6145.9%3221
2/18/2018PITTSBURGH88-75W-22L143.5O26-4755.3%30824-4850.0%2312
2/25/2018@ NC STATE72-92L1.5L166U27-5648.2%321433-6650.0%3611
2/28/2018@ CLEMSON63-76L3L145U21-5042.0%301223-5740.4%399
3/3/2018BOSTON COLLEGE85-76W-9T158.5O31-6250.0%381626-6540.0%3618
3/7/2018*LOUISVILLE74-82L-2L149.5O27-6144.3%351332-6350.8%389
3/16/2018*MISSOURI              

MISSOURI - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
1/27/2018@ MISSISSIPPI ST62-74L1.5L133O26-5745.6%341929-5354.7%2715
1/31/2018@ ALABAMA69-60W5W137U25-4753.2%371917-4835.4%2711
2/3/2018KENTUCKY69-60W-2.5W140.5U19-4146.3%362021-6731.3%4012
2/6/2018@ OLE MISS75-69W1.5W145U24-5345.3%391126-6540.0%344
2/10/2018MISSISSIPPI ST89-85W-5.5L136O27-5648.2%331231-6944.9%3511
2/13/2018TEXAS A&M62-58W-2.5W138U22-5639.3%30924-6238.7%4616
2/17/2018@ LSU63-64L0L143.5U22-4845.8%331222-5738.6%369
2/20/2018OLE MISS87-90L-7.5L144O27-6144.3%452133-7842.3%3711
2/24/2018@ KENTUCKY66-87L5L142O21-5836.2%321228-5154.9%369
2/27/2018@ VANDERBILT74-66W2W143U26-4557.8%281324-5642.9%2812
3/3/2018ARKANSAS77-67W-3W148U20-4841.7%371225-5644.6%258
3/8/2018*GEORGIA60-62L-3.5L131.5U22-6434.4%40721-5538.2%418
3/16/2018*FLORIDA ST              
KEY GAME INFORMATION
FLORIDA ST: Last season: 26-9, lost to Xavier in NCAA Tournament second round.
Who's gone: G Dwayne Bacon, F Jonathan Isaac, G Xavier Rathan-Mayes, C Michael Ojo, F Jarquez Smith.
Who's back: G Terance Mann is the Seminoles' leading returning scorer (8.4) and rebounder (4.5) along with being one of the team's more accurate shooters (57.9 percent from the field the past two seasons). G PJ Savoy is likely to move into the starting lineup and is the team's best 3-point shooter, making 40 of 100 last season. C Christ Koumadje is the tallest player in school history at 7-foot-4. He is imposing in the paint as a shot blocker but he is also one of the quickest players on the team and can easily get down the floor.
Who's new: G M.J. Walker. He was considered the top shooting guard in the nation by several recruiting services and is the second McDonald's All-American in the past three seasons to attend the school. C Ikey Obiagu is raw on the offensive end, but he could end up leading the team in blocked shots.
The Skinny: Despite returning just one starter, the Seminoles were picked to finish eighth in the Atlantic Coast Conference preseason poll. A lot of that is due to Hamilton often using 12 players in games last season and having an up-tempo style that averaged 82.1 points. With Mann and Savoy at the guards, it should be a better team from the perimeter but it is not as athletically gifted as last year. If ever there was a team that needed to win by a committee approach, it might be this one. If Hamilton can fuse the newcomers with what he has returning, they have a chance at making return NCAA Tournament trips for the first time since 2012.
MISSOURI: Last season: 8-24.
Who's gone: G Frankie Hughes (transfer to Duquesne), G K.J. Walton (transfer to Ball State), F Russell Woods, F Willie Jackson (transfer to Toledo).
Who's back: F Jordan Barnett; F Kevin Puryear; G Terrence Phillips. The trio combined to average 34.4 points per game last season for the Tigers as they struggled to an 8-24 record, but Martin considers their experience is considered vital this season to help bring along a talented group of newcomers.
Who's new: F Michael Porter Jr., F Jontay Porter, G C.J. Roberts, G Kassius Robertson, F Jeremiah Tilmon, G Blake Harris. The most heralded signing class in school history is highlighted by the arrival of Porter Jr., the preseason pick for SEC Player of the Year after averaging 36.2 points and 13.6 rebounds per game as a senior in high school. Younger brother Jontay Porter and Tilmon bring much-needed size to the Tigers, while Roberts, Robertson and Harris complete the overhaul for first-year coach Martin.
The Skinny: For a team that has finished last in the SEC in each of the last three seasons, Missouri appears to have pulled off an amazing Kentucky-like transformation in one offseason. It's very likely the Tigers will be ranked to start the season, and they've made no secret they expect to reach the NCAA Tournament this season.
PREVIEW
Missouri will be without Barnett against Florida State
 

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Florida State and Missouri found out Sunday they were going dancing in the 2018 NCAA Tournament.

And there was a collective sigh of relief for these two proverbial bubble teams who could have just as easily found themselves on the outside looking in.

"I felt pretty confident, but until you see it, it's pretty nerve-wracking for anyone," Florida State guard Terrance Mann told the school's official website, Seminoles.com. Mann's team earned a No. 9 seed and will face the eighth-seeded Tigers on Friday night in the West Region at Bridgestone Area in Nashville, Tenn.

"It was amazing. Everyone was happy," added Mann, who is the Seminoles' leading scorer at 13.2 points per game. "There were a lot of nerves in the beginning. Last year, we were one of the last names to be called."

Missouri was equally relieved -- but mostly thrilled -- to be included in the field of 68.

"I told them this way back, I said, 'You'll be the team that turned it around,' " said Missouri coach Counzo Martin, who guided to the program to a top four SEC finish in the regular-season standings and won more games in 2017-18 than the team won combined in the previous two seasons. "I don't make (our selection) more than what it is. It's great. I knew we were in. I didn't doubt it one bit."

But the Tigers (20-12) will have to take on Florida State (20-11) without the services of its second-leading scorer, forward Jordan Barnett, who was suspended for the NCAA Tournament opener after his arrest on suspicion of DWI on Saturday morning. Martin said Barnett, a 6-foot-7, 215-pound bruiser who averages 13.7 points and 5.9 rebounds, will play in the second round if Missouri beats Florida State.

"It'll be the next man (up) and we keep moving, Martin told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch on Sunday. "It is what it is. We've managed to get to this point. You have (previously injured star Michael Porter Jr.) back in the fold. Jordan's out. Mike's in."

And therein lies the x-factor in this matchup: How will Porter perform?

Porter, a freshman small forward, was widely regarded as a potential No. 1 overall pick in the NBA Draft Lottery coming into the season. But he injured his back and played only two minutes of the season opener against Iowa State and underwent surgery. Porter returned just in time to play in the Tigers' SEC Tournament opener, scoring 12 points and pulling down eight rebounds in a 62-60 upset loss to Georgia.

Florida State coach Leonard Hamilton said his team is preparing for Porter to still be great. even if he's not at his best.

"It's a little more challenging (to prepare for Missouri) than you would normally expect because of the (unknown with Porter)," Hamilton said. "For us to know exactly what to expect from him is virtually impossible. We have to go with the idea of regardless of who you're playing, they will have a great player at this point."

The last time Missouri reached the NCAA Tournament was 2013, while the last time the Tigers won a tourney game was 2010 when they beat Clemson. And that came after the program reached the Elite Eight in 2009.

For the Seminoles, this is their second straight NCAA Tournament selection -- and sixth in the last 10 years. The program lost its top three leading scorers to the NBA last season and the jury was certainly out on the Seminoles in the preseason. But Florida State raced out to an 11-1 start and Top 25 ranking, showing early on this year's team was legit.

Florida State beat Florida Gulf Coast 86-80 last year in the first round of the tournament before getting blown off the floor by Xavier 91-66. Mann said he remembers that game well -- and many lessons were learned.

"We learned a lot," he said. "Especially the mentality of how to prepare. And we're going to bring it into this year."


Last Updated: 12/14/2018 12:58:02 PM EST


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