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USC (3 - 4) at NEW MEXICO (8 - 0)
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Wednesday, 12/5/2012 10:15 PM
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564NEW MEXICO-11-10
USC - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games3-4-2.62-43-263.928.040.0%34.766.434.941.8%34.4
Road Games1-3-2.61-32-259.526.038.8%30.270.538.746.1%36.5
Last 5 Games1-4-3.61-43-259.625.437.5%32.869.638.045.3%36.4
USC Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)63.928.023-5740.0%5-1534.0%13-1869.8%35913196134
vs opponents surrendering63.628.322-5639.8%6-1932.1%13-1966.6%361012196153
Team Stats (Road Games)59.526.021-5538.8%4-1234.7%13-1773.9%30712167134
Stats Against (All Games)66.434.922-5241.8%8-1841.4%15-2076.3%34711177153
vs opponents averaging68.432.724-5742.4%7-2033.1%14-2166.0%371012177144
Stats Against (Road Games)70.538.725-5446.1%7-1744.8%13-1682.5%36814177165

NEW MEXICO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games8-0+42-52-272.932.041.4%38.763.428.439.1%32.1
Home Games4-0+10-31-
Last 5 Games5-0+22-20-
NEW MEXICO Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)72.932.022-5241.4%6-1931.1%23-3079.3%39914166143
vs opponents surrendering62.528.921-5340.3%6-1831.7%15-2168.8%35911186143
Team Stats (Home Games)76.032.023-5442.2%5-1928.0%25-3276.2%41917157134
Stats Against (All Games)63.428.423-5839.1%7-2233.7%11-1667.2%32913236132
vs opponents averaging65.530.623-5442.4%6-1834.8%14-1971.0%33813197133
Stats Against (Home Games)62.732.522-5838.5%7-2132.9%11-1569.4%32815247143
Average power rating of opponents played: USC 76.4,  NEW MEXICO 71.8
USC - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/9/2012COPPIN ST87-73W - -29-6147.5%441720-5735.1%2714
11/13/2012LONG BEACH ST62-44W-9.5W -25-5644.6%351112-4228.6%3218
11/25/2012SAN DIEGO ST60-66L2L123O22-6633.3%43821-5042.0%3612
12/3/2012@ NEBRASKA51-63L-2L120.5U18-4738.3%271522-5044.0%3115
12/5/2012@ NEW MEXICO              
12/22/2012@ GEORGIA              

NEW MEXICO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/18/2012*GEORGE MASON70-69W-8L135O22-5044.0%301824-5841.4%3516
11/23/2012IDAHO73-58W-16L -24-4751.1%321223-5641.1%3214
11/25/2012PORTLAND69-54W-18.5L -19-5733.3%441418-5632.1%3516
11/28/2012MERCER76-58W - -27-6045.0%431522-5837.9%3317
12/1/2012@ INDIANA ST77-68W-6.5W -22-5738.6%441323-5939.0%3711
12/15/2012NEW MEXICO ST              
12/19/2012@ NEW MEXICO ST              
12/22/2012S DAKOTA ST              
12/27/2012@ CINCINNATI              
USC: If this team stays healthy, there is no doubt that it should improve on last year's embarrassing 6-26 finish that included a dreadful 1-17 record in the Pac-12. Leading scorer Maurice Jones transferred to Iowa State, but Aaron Fuller (10.6 PPG, 5.9 RPG) should take a big step up after missing half of last year with a shoulder injury. Seven-footer Dewayne Dedmon (7.6 PPG, 5.5 RPG) will also be back after tearing his ACL. Shooting guard Byron Wesley (9.6 PPG, 5.1 RPG) should benefit from more surrounding talent after being forced to play a grueling 34.6 MPG in his freshman campaign. Although no impact freshmen are coming in, four important transfers could be key elements: Renaldo Woolridge (Tennessee), Eric Wise (UC Irvine), J.T. Terrell (Wake Forest/JUCO) and Ari Stewart (Wake Forest).
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PA SPORTSTICKER COLLEGE BASKETBALL PREVIEW (USC-NEW MEXICO) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

*Southern Cal-New Mexico Preview* =================================


USC (3-4) at New Mexico (8-0), 10:15 p.m. EDT

Despite some poor overall shooting, New Mexico continues to find ways to win.

After needing overtime in their last contest to remain undefeated, the No. 18 Lobos expect another serious challenge Wednesday night when they host a desperate Southern California team

New Mexico (8-0) appeared to be in for an easy time Saturday at Indiana State when it shot 50 percent in the first half to take a 33-19 lead into the break. However, the game went to overtime after the Sycamores shot 52.0 percent in the second half while the Lobos went 5 of 25 from the field. New Mexico regrouped to outscore Indiana State 13-4 in the extra period and win 77-68.

Though the Lobos shot 38.6 percent and went 5 of 20 from 3-point range in their first true road test, coach Steve Alford believes a game like that will help his squad down the road.

"We're a gritty bunch. Our guys are grinding it like crazy," said Alford, who guided the 2009-10 Lobos to a 12-0 start. "We got stagnant in the second half. But this was a really good win for us.

"We're competing like crazy. We know we have a very high ceiling and we are going to keep getting better."

New Mexico's ability to outwork the opposition in other areas is a big reason it's also beaten the likes of Davidson, George Mason and Connecticut despite shooting 41.4 percent - seventh in the nine-team Mountain West Conference - and a league-worst 31.1 from beyond the arc.

The Lobos, however, rank among the national leaders in free-throw shooting (79.3 percent) and were only outrebounded in a 70-69 win over George Mason on Nov. 18. Defensively, Davidson is the only one of New Mexico's four home opponents to score more than 58.

"It's the fight, the competitiveness, that's got to stay there," Alford said. "Then the shooting will eventually come. When it comes we'll be an even better team."

Guard Kendall Williams was 7 of 16 from the field but finished with 24 points Saturday after totaling 11 on 3-of-13 shooting in the previous two contests. Williams, who averages a team-leading 14.3 points, missed all five of his shots during a 76-58 win over Mercer last Wednesday.

The Lobos likely need 6-foot-7 guard Tony Snell (12.9 points per game) to get back on track after he's failed to score more than seven in three of four games.

Snell scored 10 and Williams added seven when the Lobos came away with a 44-41 win at USC last season.

Though the Trojans (3-4) have averaged 58.3 points and shot 36.7 percent while dropping three in a row since a 59-53 overtime win over Texas at the Maui Invitational on Nov. 20, those defeats came against Marquette, No. 17 San Diego State and a one-loss Nebraska team. USC's other loss came in its Maui opener, 94-64 to previously unranked Illinois.

"They have played a lot of tough competition," Alford said. "They are much better than (their record)."

The Trojans are led by guard J.T. Terrell (12.7 ppg) and UC-Irvine transfer Eric Wise (10.4 ppg, 6.3 rebounds per game). Terrell scored 14, but Wise was held to five and four boards in Monday's 63-51 road loss to the Cornhuskers.

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