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OKLAHOMA (19 - 13) vs. OLE MISS (20 - 12)
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Friday, 3/22/2019 12:40 PM
NCAA Tournament - First Round - Colonial Life Arena - Columbia, SC
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804OLE MISS-1.5-1
OKLAHOMA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games19-13+2.319-1012-1871.233.844.5%37.668.232.040.2%37.0
Road Games8-9-2.49-56-1068.932.243.6%
Last 5 Games2-3-2.72-32-271.635.246.1%31.673.231.643.1%38.2
OKLAHOMA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)71.233.826-5844.5%7-1934.2%13-1869.1%38813166123
vs opponents surrendering68.23224-5742.2%7-2233.2%13-1870.0%35912186133
Team Stats (Road Games)68.932.226-5943.6%7-1934.9%11-1571.3%37913166123
Stats Against (All Games)68.232.025-6240.2%8-2533.3%10-1567.4%37912177124
vs opponents averaging72.334.226-5844.3%8-2334.7%13-1969.5%36914176124
Stats Against (Road Games)69.132.425-6141.2%9-2534.8%10-1567.1%371014157115

OLE MISS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games20-12+2.323-912-1875.437.345.9%34.370.432.844.1%32.7
Road Games9-7+1.612-46-971.435.044.7%34.269.733.342.4%33.3
Last 5 Games1-4-3.64-12-370.035.443.5%30.871.432.850.0%32.4
OLE MISS Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)75.437.326-5845.9%8-2335.8%14-1878.3%34814187134
vs opponents surrendering70.533.125-5743.1%8-2234.1%13-1970.4%34912186133
Team Stats (Road Games)71.435.025-5644.7%7-2332.4%14-1876.4%34812196134
Stats Against (All Games)70.432.825-5744.1%7-2037.2%13-1970.0%33814176153
vs opponents averaging7334.726-5844.5%8-2335.1%14-1970.7%36913186134
Stats Against (Road Games)69.733.324-5742.4%7-2035.4%15-2169.7%33912176134
Average power rating of opponents played: OKLAHOMA 84.4,  OLE MISS 81.7
OKLAHOMA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
2/2/2019@ W VIRGINIA71-79L-2.5L147O21-5042.0%301525-5942.4%4612
2/4/2019IOWA ST74-75L3W146O28-6543.1%36728-6344.4%4111
2/9/2019TEXAS TECH54-66L1.5L130.5U21-5836.2%351423-5442.6%3814
2/11/2019@ BAYLOR53-59L6T138.5U21-5438.9%331021-5438.9%3410
2/16/2019@ TCU71-62W5W144.5U27-5450.0%331223-6535.4%3513
2/25/2019@ IOWA ST61-78L8L145U24-6338.1%331028-5451.9%3510
3/2/2019W VIRGINIA92-80W-10.5W144O29-4959.2%271626-6241.9%3517
3/9/2019@ KANSAS ST53-68L7.5L127U22-5341.5%311226-5844.8%347
3/13/2019*W VIRGINIA71-72L-6.5L143P28-6245.2%36827-7138.0%469
3/22/2019*OLE MISS              

OLE MISS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
2/2/2019MISSISSIPPI ST75-81L-2L149O26-5745.6%281327-5846.6%4016
2/6/2019TEXAS A&M75-71W-10L147.5U24-5841.4%331228-6245.2%3818
2/9/2019@ GEORGIA80-64W-3W152U28-6344.4%381021-5240.4%3220
2/13/2019@ AUBURN60-55W8.5W153.5U19-5137.3%341316-4932.7%3414
2/19/2019@ S CAROLINA64-79L-3L148U23-6237.1%381127-6442.2%4610
3/2/2019@ ARKANSAS73-74L2W148.5U29-5453.7%301627-4955.1%2113
3/9/2019@ MISSOURI73-68W-2.5W134.5O23-5145.1%25825-5248.1%3010
OKLAHOMA: Last season: 18-14, lost in first round of NCAA Tournament.
Nickname: Sooners.
Coach: Lon Kruger.
Conference: Big 12.
Who's gone: Guard Trae Young (NBA), guard Kameron McGusty (transfer), center Khadeem Lattin.
Who's back: Guard Christian James started every game last season and averaged 11.9 points and 4.4 rebounds; forward Brady Manek averaged 10.2 points and made 59 3-pointers, center Jamuni McNeace split time with Lattin last season and was second on the team with 46 blocks; guard Rashard Odomes averaged 7.2 points per game; forward Kristian Doolittle averaged 2.9 points last season, but he averaged 9.1 points and 6.2 rebounds two seasons ago as a freshman.
Who's new: Guard Aaron Calixte, a graduate transfer who scored 1,125 points for Maine; guard Jamal Bieniemy, a four-star recruit; and guard Miles Reynolds, who averaged 13.3 points per game for Pacific last season.
The Skinny: The Sooners are experienced and could be very good if their point guard play pans out. It will be difficult to replace Young, but the holdovers will be motivated by a chance to have more of an impact.
Expectations: Las Vegas oddsmakers give Oklahoma a 225-1 shot at winning the national title, the second-worst odds in the conference.
OLE MISS: Last season: 12-20, coach Andy Kennedy resigned after nearly 12 seasons with the program.
Nickname: Rebels.
Coach: Kermit Davis.
Conference: Southeastern.
Who's gone: Guard Deandre Burnett, guard/forward Markel Crawford, forward Marcanvis Hymon, forward Justas Furmanavicius.
Who's back: Senior guard Terence Davis returns after leading the team with 13.8 points and grabbing 6.2 rebounds per game last season. Point guard Breein Tyree (10.8 ppg), forward Bruce Stevens (10.8 ppg), guard Devontae Shuler (6.0 ppg) and 7-footer Dominik Olejniczak (4.3 ppg) also had substantial roles last year.
Who's new: A pair of 6-foot-7 freshmen, Blake Hinson and K.J. Buffen, should get plenty of playing time immediately.
The Skinny: Ole Miss is led by first-year coach Kermit Davis, who comes to Oxford after 16 mostly successful seasons at Middle Tennessee. The Rebels have a decent mix of veterans and newcomers as they try to climb out of the SEC basement.
Expectations: Ole Miss was picked to finish last in the SEC in the preseason poll after losing 20 games last season. With a new coach and some experience returning there's reason to believe the Rebels could exceed expectations, but anything better than 17 or 18 wins might be a stretch.
Ole Miss, Oklahoma hoping to find early-season form

Heading into conference play, it would've been surprising to think Oklahoma and Ole Miss would meet in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, in a matchup of 8 and 9 seeds.

The Sooners were 11-1 entering Big 12 a schedule devoid of Quadrant IV games, but with just two wins against teams that would eventually land in the tournament -- Wofford and Florida.

The Rebels were 10-2 going into SEC play, though Baylor was the only eventual tournament team Ole Miss had knocked off to that point.

But here both teams are, Ole Miss as the No. 8 seed in the East Region and Oklahoma No. 9, set to play Friday in Columbia, S.C.

Ole Miss went through the SEC with a 10-8 record, with the highlight being two wins over Auburn.

Oklahoma struggled even more, going 7-11, with a late-season home win over Kansas helping the Sooners into the field for the second consecutive season and sixth time in seven years.

"Obviously the committee said that every game counts equal, and they stood by their word," Sooners coach Lon Kruger said.

Ole Miss has experience at Colonial Life Arena this season, though it wasn't the most pleasant experience for the Rebels. On Feb. 19, South Carolina beat Ole Miss 79-64 in their home building. Rebels guard Terence Davis led Ole Miss with 18 points in that game, though he was just 6 of 17 from the floor.

"Being a four-year guy in the SEC, getting the rims you pretty much play a few games in, you feel pretty good about it," Davis said.

That loss to the Gamecocks started a 2-5 slide for Ole Miss entering the tournament.

Still, the fact that the Rebels are in the tournament is notable.

Ole Miss was 12-20 last season, with Andy Kennedy stepping down late in the campaign. Kermit Davis inherited a team that was picked to finish last in the SEC.

But the Rebels exceeded expectations from the start, and Tuesday, the school announced a new four-year deal with Davis.

Ole Miss is in the tournament for the first time since 2015 and just the ninth time overall.

Sooners graduate transfers Aaron Calixte and Miles Reynolds transferred to Oklahoma hoping for an NCAA Tournament appearance, Calixte from Maine and Reynolds from Pacific.

"We hit a little slump. Hit a wall," Reynolds said. "I knew we were going to get out of it. We won the games we needed to win, and now it's a clean slate."

The Sooners struggled even more down the stretch last year, finishing 4-11 to earn a No. 10 seed before falling to Rhode Island in overtime in the first round.

A big reason for Oklahoma's appearance this season was the play of Kristian Doolittle late in the campaign. The Sooners went 4-2 to close the regular season with Doolittle averaging 17.3 points and 8.7 rebounds in the final six games.

Doolittle's emergence softened the blow of Jamuni McNeace's absence, as the senior center has been battling a right ankle injury since November. He aggravated the injury in the Big 12 tournament loss to West Virginia and is questionable for the NCAA Tournament.

--Field Level Media

Last Updated: 6/19/2019 7:57:24 AM EST

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