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FURMAN (4 - 0) at VILLANOVA (2 - 1)
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Saturday, 11/17/2018 5:00 PM
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FURMAN - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games4-0+31-11-189.244.749.0%36.764.732.043.9%34.5
Road Games1-0+31-00-
Last 5 Games4-0+31-11-189.244.749.0%36.764.732.043.9%34.5
FURMAN Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)89.244.732-6549.0%12-3237.5%13-2065.4%37101914994
vs opponents surrendering86.843.131-6646.3%12-3337.3%13-2165.0%3712181410103
Team Stats (Road Games)60.027.021-5538.2%6-2227.3%12-1770.6%3689209177
Stats Against (All Games)64.732.025-5743.9%5-1730.9%9-1560.0%34811176162
vs opponents averaging65.534.426-5546.3%6-1733.1%9-1459.9%35813185183
Stats Against (Road Games)58.028.020-5437.0%3-2015.0%15-2560.0%378101310145

VILLANOVA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games2-1-2.71-21-277.339.344.7%42.767.735.744.0%30.7
Home Games2-1-2.71-21-277.339.344.7%42.767.735.744.0%30.7
Last 5 Games2-1-2.71-21-277.339.344.7%42.767.735.744.0%30.7
VILLANOVA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)77.339.327-6044.7%9-2832.1%15-2170.3%431516174157
vs opponents surrendering69.934.725-5942.3%8-2433.4%12-1864.4%411315174144
Team Stats (Home Games)77.339.327-6044.7%9-2832.1%15-2170.3%431516174157
Stats Against (All Games)67.735.727-6144.0%5-1728.8%9-1562.2%311014209113
vs opponents averaging61.427.622-5938.4%6-2125.6%11-1862.0%341012196124
Stats Against (Home Games)67.735.727-6144.0%5-1728.8%9-1562.2%311014209113
Average power rating of opponents played: FURMAN 63,  VILLANOVA 74.7
FURMAN - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/6/2018BOB JONES U102-48W - -38-6855.9%37320-4742.6%2521
11/9/2018@ LOYOLA-IL60-58W8.5W145U21-5538.2%361720-5437.0%3714
11/13/2018GARDNER WEBB88-86W-13.5L142O35-6653.0%341132-6450.0%3511
11/15/2018N GREENVILLE107-67W - -34-7247.2%40629-6544.6%4118
11/17/2018@ VILLANOVA              
11/21/2018SOU WESLEYAN              
11/25/2018@ UNC-ASHEVILLE              
12/1/2018W CAROLINA              
12/4/2018@ ELON              
12/8/2018@ USC UPSTATE              

VILLANOVA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/6/2018MORGAN ST100-77W-36.5L150O34-6750.7%451433-7146.5%3013
12/1/2018@ LASALLE              
12/8/2018ST JOSEPHS              
VILLANOVA: Last season: 36-4, won third national championship in school history.
Nickname: Wildcats
Coach: Jay Wright
Conference: Big East
Who's gone: Point guard Jalen Brunson, F Omari Spellman, F Mikal Bridges, G Donte DiVincenzo are all in the NBA.
Who's back: Guard Phil Booth, the last major link to the 2016 title team, returns for a fifth season. He averaged 10 points and made 10 starts for the Big East Tournament title team. He's going to be counted on to lead a team that will try and develop four sophomores into stars. Collin Gillespie, Jermaine Samuels, Dylan Painter and Dhamir Cosby-Roundtree all need to emerge into solid rotation players for the Wildcats to have a shot at a repeat.
Who's new: Freshman Jahvon Quinerly, a five-star recruit, is expected to follow Brunson as Villanova's next great point guard and graduate transfer Joe Cremo is expected to provide needed depth after he scored 1,469 points in three years at Albany.
The Skinny: The Wildcats are ranked ninth in The AP Top 25 and should again contend to win the Big East. The Wildcats are reloading after losing four stars to the NBA. But an elite program like Villanova just replaces talent with talent and the Wildcats are expected to keep rolling deep into March.
Expectations: Las Vegas oddsmakers have Villanova as a 10-1 shot to win the NCAA Tournament. But no team has been able to repeat since Florida in 2006 and 2007.
No. 8 Villanova on the rebound against Furman

VILLANOVA, Pa. -- For the first time this season, No. 8 Villanova will play a game coming off a loss.

Villanova, which began the season with convincing wins over Morgan State and Quinnipiac, were trounced 73-46 at home by No. 18 Michigan on Wednesday.

Villanova (2-1) will try to rebound against nonconference opponent Furman on Saturday at Finneran Pavilion.

"For us, part of it is my fault," Villanova coach Jay Wright said after the 27-point loss to Michigan. "We're not as organized as we want to be. We're trying to find a lineup in the early season. When you play a good team like that, it doesn't look good. We were too disorganized out there to play a team like that."

Villanova's two senior leaders -- Eric Paschall (10 points) and Phil Booth (nine points) -- had surprisingly subpar games against Michigan.

Wright said he expects his talented duo to improve against the Paladins.

"We just didn't have that cohesiveness that you have to have against good teams," Wright said. "Phil and Eric felt the pressure to get it going because we weren't in sync. They're too good a defensive team for that. They read that and did a great job of attacking Eric."

The Wildcats committed an uncharacteristic 21 turnovers against Michigan's pressure defense, which wasa drastic change from last season's national championship game. They defeated Michigan by 17 points for their second national title in three seasons.

But Villanova is still coping with the loss of four key players to the NBA -- guards Jalen Brunson and Donte DiVincenzo along with forwards Mikal Bridges and Omari Spellman.

Furman will attempt to advance to 5-0 for the first time since the 1987-88 season.

The Paladins moved to 4-0 with a 107-67 win over North Greenville on Thursday behind a 54-point effort from junior Jordan Lyons.

Lyons tied an NCAA Division I record with 15 made 3-pointers to become the first to accomplish the feat since Kentucky's Jodie Meeks had 54 points in 2009. Lyons was 15 of 34 from beyond the arc and 9 of 12 from the free throw line. Lyons is averaging 25 points per game.

"What a surreal night," Lyons told reporters after the 54-point effort. "I'm so fortunate and so blessed to be here in this situation and I want to thank God for the talents that he's blessed me with. It means a lot to be around teammates and coaches who believe in me and have confidence in my abilities."

Lyons' 54 points ranked as the eighth highest in program history. He became the first Furman player to score at least 50 points since Dick Esleeck in 1969.

In addition, senior Matt Rafferty is averaging 19.0 points and 8.3 rebounds and sophomore Clay Mounce is chipping in with 12.8 points per game this season for the Paladins.

This will be just the second meeting between the schools. Furman defeated Villanova 77-73 in overtime on Dec. 23, 1989, at the Greenville Memorial Auditorium.

Last Updated: 5/21/2019 7:45:52 PM EST

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