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CBB : ATS Matchup
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OKLAHOMA ST (7 - 2) vs. FLORIDA ST (9 - 0)
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Saturday, 12/16/2017 2:00 PM
at BB&T Center - Sunrise, FL
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599OKLAHOMA ST154151
OKLAHOMA ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games7-2-13-40-778.838.944.6%
Road Games1-100-20-
Last 5 Games4-100-30-380.440.645.6%36.468.828.242.9%33.2
OKLAHOMA ST Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)78.838.927-6244.6%9-2633.8%15-1979.4%381017197134
vs opponents surrendering74.63626-5944.2%8-2434.2%14-2070.3%35915197134
Team Stats (Road Games)64.029.022-6633.8%5-2619.2%14-2068.3%411611167112
Stats Against (All Games)64.028.222-5540.2%6-1831.3%14-2068.9%35811195172
vs opponents averaging74.734.627-6045.4%7-1934.7%14-2167.5%381015196143
Stats Against (Road Games)69.535.527-5550.0%6-2229.5%8-1266.7%36516205163

FLORIDA ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games9-0+5.26-04-387.143.450.0%40.867.031.237.5%35.4
Road Games5-0+5.24-02-378.037.845.4%41.061.628.236.2%37.4
Last 5 Games5-0+4.23-02-288.441.047.7%
FLORIDA ST Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)87.143.432-6450.0%9-2436.1%14-2166.3%411217199136
vs opponents surrendering73.935.227-6044.6%8-2234.0%13-1869.1%37914196154
Team Stats (Road Games)78.037.827-6045.4%7-2131.8%16-2662.1%4112142010135
Stats Against (All Games)67.031.224-6337.5%7-2328.6%13-1872.7%351110196172
vs opponents averaging73.734.526-6143.0%7-2133.2%14-2069.2%371014187144
Stats Against (Road Games)61.628.221-5936.2%6-2225.5%14-1972.3%3799215193
Average power rating of opponents played: OKLAHOMA ST 71.6,  FLORIDA ST 73.3
OKLAHOMA ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/16/2017ORAL ROBERTS91-48W-19W151.5U35-7050.0%47720-6033.3%3312
11/20/2017*TEXAS A&M55-72L4.5L140.5U20-6729.9%381028-5749.1%4519
11/26/2017HOUSTN BAPTIST101-74W - -30-6248.4%431726-6639.4%3515
11/29/2017AUSTIN PEAY79-63W-23L150U28-5749.1%341722-5639.3%3320
12/3/2017MISS VALLEY ST83-62W - -31-5952.5%351126-6241.9%3421
12/9/2017WICHITA ST66-78L5.5L146U21-5240.4%261520-4544.4%3619
12/16/2017*FLORIDA ST              
12/29/2017W VIRGINIA              
1/3/2018@ OKLAHOMA              
1/6/2018IOWA ST              

FLORIDA ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/14/2017GEORGE WASHINGTON87-67W-16.5W151O38-6855.9%371624-6338.1%3119
11/19/2017*COLORADO ST90-73W-13W148O32-6251.6%341426-6043.3%3722
11/22/2017KENNESAW ST98-79W - -39-7154.9%361028-6245.2%2713
11/24/2017THE CITADEL113-78W-30W187.5O42-8052.5%531426-7833.3%3917
11/28/2017@ RUTGERS78-73W-5T139O26-5844.8%36926-6440.6%4114
12/4/2017@ FLORIDA83-66W9W165U28-7238.9%511221-5836.2%3417
12/6/2017LOYOLA-MD96-71W - -34-5957.6%361429-7240.3%3510
12/16/2017*OKLAHOMA ST              
12/18/2017CHARLESTON SO              
12/21/2017SOUTHERN MISS              
12/30/2017@ DUKE              
1/3/2018N CAROLINA              
1/7/2018@ MIAMI              
OKLAHOMA ST: Last season: 20-13, lost in first round of the NCAA Tournament.
Who's gone: G Jawun Evans. He was one of the nation's best point guards last season, averaging 19.2 points and 6.4 assists per game before leaving early for the NBA; G Phil Forte, who averaged 13.3 points per game and was one of the best 3-point shooters in school history; F Leyton Hammonds, who started 32 of Oklahoma State's 33 games last season.
Who's back: F Jeffrey Carroll. He considered leaving for the NBA after his junior season but chose to stay put. He averaged 17.5 points and 6.6 rebounds per game last season and has been named preseason All-Big 12; G Lindy Waters III, who shot 44 percent from 3-point range as a freshman; C Mitchell Solomon, a steady senior who started 22 games last season; G Brandon Averette; G/F Davon Dillard.
Who's new: G Zack Dawson, a four-star recruit who averaged 26.5 points and 8.0 rebounds as a senior at South Miami High School; F/C Yankuba Sima, a junior transfer from St. John's who is expected to be eligible after the fall semester.
The Skinny: The Cowboys have distractions aplenty, with the bribery scandal already leading to assistant coach Lamont Evans' dismissal. Add the loss of Evans and the fact that new coach Mike Boynton faces so many issues beyond basketball, and it could be a rough season for the Cowboys.
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.
FSU puts perfect mark on line vs. Oklahoma St.

And then there were six.

The No. 19 Florida State men's basketball team is one of just six unbeaten NCAA Division I programs remaining in the country, and that 9-0 record will be put to the test Saturday in a duel with Oklahoma State (7-2) in the opener of the annual Orange Bowl Classic at Sunrise, Fla.

The other five programs sporting matching perfect records are No. 1 Villanova (11-0), No. 5 Arizona State (9-0), No. 6 Miami (8-0), No. 14 TCU (10-0) and Georgetown (8-0), which isn't ranked after playing the easiest non-conference schedule in the nation thus far.

The Seminoles handled business easily last time out against Tulane with a 72-53 rout in Tallahassee -- a victory that extended Florida State's home winning streak to 25 games dating back to the 2015-16 season. The Seminoles are beating opponents by an average of 20 points during their fast start, led by guard Terance Mann, who is average 15.6 points.

The 9-0 start is also historic: Only one Florida State team has had a better beginning to the season -- the 2003-04 team, which went 10-0 before losing a game.

Florida State can tie that mark with a win Saturday against the Cowboys, who once employed Seminoles head coach Leonard Hamilton in the same role.

"I enjoyed my four years there in Stillwater," Hamilton, who spent four seasons as Oklahoma State's head coach from 1987-91, told Florida State's official athletic site, Seminoles.com. "We gained a lot of experience. I thought that we made progress in the program. It was a very important and meaningful part of my life and my coaching career, and I'm very appreciative to have had that opportunity. But it will be a business trip for me. I won't be reminiscing about the good old days, and I'm sure they won't either."

Oklahoma State certainly won't.

The Cowboys are looking for a morale boost and a win after having a tough week following the dismissal of two players -- junior guard Davon Dillard and freshman guard Zack Dawson --- from the team Wednesday. Head coach Mike Boynton said both players "failed to meet unspecified standards set by the program."

Boynton added that he could not "make compromises in our core values when it comes to individual players." Both players had actually already been suspended prior to the season for unknown reasons, missing a total of six games between the two of them.

"Being a part of Cowboy basketball has always and will always be an honor and a privilege," Boynton told The Oklahoman. "With that privilege comes great responsibilities and standards. Davon and Zack have failed to meet those standards and at this point it is necessary to move in a different direction. We wish both of them all the best as they continue their academic and athletic careers."

Oklahoma State enters the game after a loss in its last outing to No. 6 Wichita State 78-66. Before that, the Cowboys had won four straight games, and their only other defeat came against No. 16 Texas A&M on Nov. 20.

The Cowboys are led by guard Jeffrey Carroll with 12.7 points per game. Oklahoma State is also expecting to have 6-foot-11 forward Yankuba Sima, a transfer from St. John's, eligible and playing for the first time this season.

Florida State's game against Oklahoma State marks only the second time in history the schools have met. The teams squared off in 1964, with Oklahoma State winning 60-56.

Florida State will wear turquoise Nike N7 uniforms against Oklahoma State to raise awareness for bringing sport to Native American and Aboriginal youth. It marks the 10th time (and second of two times this season) the Seminoles will wear the special uniforms. The Seminoles first wore the turquoise uniforms in their 89-61 win over UT-Martin in Tallahassee on Nov. 17, 2013.

"The Seminole Tribe of Florida approached us about this program, and we are honored and excited to wear these unique uniforms," Hamilton said.

Last Updated: 12/13/2018 1:45:43 PM EST

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