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RUTGERS (12 - 7) at CINCINNATI (16 - 4)
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RUTGERS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games12-7+5.48-83-068.631.645.5%35.767.129.341.4%33.1
Road Games4-4+1.95-31-065.529.743.6%
Last 5 Games1-4-3.81-41-061.624.241.4%34.268.430.244.8%34.4
Conference Games3-5-0.13-52-060.725.441.6%
RUTGERS Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)68.631.625-5545.5%5-1433.6%14-1972.8%36913197144
vs opponents surrendering64.930.223-5641.3%6-1832.6%13-1869.7%351012176144
Team Stats (Road Games)65.529.724-5543.6%5-1535.6%12-1772.6%37912208174
Stats Against (All Games)67.129.323-5641.4%6-2030.7%15-2169.3%331014177133
vs opponents averaging69.132.125-5743.9%6-1733.9%13-1968.4%361014177134
Stats Against (Road Games)69.232.024-5741.2%7-2131.0%15-2366.5%341014157123

CINCINNATI - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games16-4+4.58-83-873.133.742.5%42.559.024.837.3%34.0
Home Games9-3-2.51-71-475.736.243.8%44.358.222.535.4%33.7
Last 5 Games3-202-31-265.828.641.2%36.664.024.042.3%30.6
Conference Games4-3+23-42-364.427.139.7%36.362.025.442.2%32.1
CINCINNATI Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)73.133.726-6142.5%7-2234.0%14-2164.4%431314178137
vs opponents surrendering65.230.523-5641.5%6-1932.6%13-1968.4%341013187153
Team Stats (Home Games)75.736.228-6443.8%8-2236.3%12-2058.4%441316179138
Stats Against (All Games)59.024.821-5737.3%5-1730.1%11-1862.3%341011186144
vs opponents averaging68.331.924-5643.6%5-1732.7%14-2168.0%361013187144
Stats Against (Home Games)58.222.521-5935.4%6-1831.3%11-1762.9%34911186154
Average power rating of opponents played: RUTGERS 73.3,  CINCINNATI 73.7
RUTGERS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/11/2012GEORGE WASHINGTON68-65W-8L -25-5843.1%291426-6341.3%4523
12/16/2012UAB88-79W-6.5W -27-4560.0%282229-6643.9%3019
12/21/2012HOWARD79-55W - -33-5560.0%25921-4645.7%2518
12/28/2012RIDER68-56W-10W -24-5642.9%33814-4630.4%3316
1/2/2013@ SYRACUSE53-78L15L -20-5536.4%382028-6145.9%349
1/9/2013@ ST JOHNS58-56W3.5W -22-5540.0%361219-5435.2%4112
1/12/2013CINCINNATI58-68L5L -20-5337.7%34920-5337.7%416
1/17/2013S FLORIDA70-67W-4.5L124O28-5947.5%32626-5250.0%289
1/19/2013@ NOTRE DAME66-69L12W -28-6145.9%311524-4949.0%2616
1/23/2013ST JOHNS60-72L-4L -23-6336.5%411724-5345.3%4014
1/27/2013@ CONNECTICUT54-66L9L -22-5639.3%331622-5242.3%3713
1/30/2013@ CINCINNATI              
2/12/2013SETON HALL              
2/16/2013@ DEPAUL              
2/18/2013@ VILLANOVA              

CINCINNATI - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/22/2012WRIGHT ST68-58W-18.5L -26-6838.2%491019-5932.2%3811
12/27/2012NEW MEXICO54-55L-6L136.5U20-6431.2%401121-5438.9%3514
12/31/2012@ PITTSBURGH70-61W6W125O21-5141.2%37923-5244.2%329
1/5/2013ST JOHNS52-53L-13.5L138U19-6031.7%341622-5540.0%4017
1/7/2013NOTRE DAME60-66L-4.5L132.5U23-4946.9%28924-4850.0%237
1/12/2013@ RUTGERS68-58W-5W -20-5337.7%41620-5337.7%349
1/15/2013@ DEPAUL75-70W-7L -25-4259.5%351931-6647.0%2710
1/21/2013@ SYRACUSE55-57L8.5W131.5U18-5532.7%381023-5046.0%286
2/2/2013@ SETON HALL              
2/6/2013@ PROVIDENCE              
2/21/2013@ CONNECTICUT              
RUTGERS: Even returning four starters, the Rutgers are long shots in this year's conference without bringing in any top freshmen. Last year's leading scorer, Eli Carter (13.8 PPG), will be the player to watch for the Scarlet Knights. Swingman Dane Miller (7.9 PPG, 6.6 RPG, 1.6 BPG, 1.3 SPG) is an asset defensively, though his offensive game leaves much to be desired. Guards Myles Mack (9.8 PPG, 34% 3-pt FG) and Jerome Seagears (7.7 PPG, 33% 3-pt FG) will have to shoot with greater accuracy for this team to be competitive.
CINCINNATI: The Bearcats hung around amongst the Big East elite last year, tying for fourth with a 12-6 conference record and reaching the Sweet 16. They bring back their leading scorer Sean Kilpatrick (14.3 PPG, 4.6 RPG), who averaged 2.5 three-pointers per game last year and isn't afraid to shoot the ball. Although the next two leading scorers'Dion Dixon and Yancy Gates'are gone, Cashmere Wright (10.9 PPG, 4.6 APG) is back to give this team a senior presence running the point. If fellow senior JaQuon Parker (9.4 PPG, 5.6 RPG) improves on his play from last season with increased minutes, this will be a nasty backcourt. It remains to be seen, though, if guys like Justin Jackson (5.1 PPG, 4.2 RPG), 6-foot-10 sophomore Kelvin Gaines and freshman Shaquille Thomas can step up in the post for Mick Cronin to make this team compete with the conference's best.
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*Rutgers-Cincinnati Preview* ============================


Rutgers (12-7) at Cincinnati (16-4), 7:00 p.m. EDT

Cincinnati has had more than enough time to move on from another close conference defeat.

Following an eight-day layoff, the No. 24 Bearcats look to get back on track and sweep the season series with visiting Rutgers in Wednesday night's Big East matchup.

Cincinnati (16-4, 4-3) was riding a three-game winning streak and led by seven with a little more than 5 minutes left before falling 57-55 at then-No. 3 Syracuse on Jan. 21. Though the Bearcats shot 32.7 percent, they were in position to win until Syracuse's C.J. Fair was credited with a tipped, go-ahead bucket with 19.4 seconds left.

The Bearcats' three league losses have come by a combined nine points.

"At the end of the day, we've got to make sure it makes us better. That's the key," Cincinnati coach Mick Cronin said. "You've got to make sure it makes you better and makes you tougher."

The down time likely provided the Bearcats with a good opportunity to address their recent shooting problems. Cincinnati ranks 14th in the Big East at 39.7 percent during league play, and has shot 33.6 in the last two contests after making a season-high 59.5 percent in a win at DePaul.

Cincinnati, however, is fifth in the conference defensively in league action, allowing 62.0 points per game.

The layoff also gave senior guard Cashmere Wright a chance to further heal a sprained knee that forced him to miss a 71-69 overtime win over No. 25 Marquette on Jan. 19 that snapped a three-game home skid. Wright, who averages 14.5 points, went 2 of 13 from the field to match a season low with five points and missed a straight-on shot with 2.9 seconds left against the Orange.

Wright totaled 12 points in the three previous games in which he saw extended action against Rutgers before scoring 23 - albeit on 6 of 17 shooting - without a turnover in Cincinnati's 68-58 road win on Jan. 12. Though both teams shot 37.7 percent, the Bearcats were the better defensive team early, holding Rutgers to 4-of-19 shooting in the first half.

Sean Kilpatrick (team-high 18.4 points per game) was held to 10 in that contest but has averaged 25.0 and gone 14 of 33 (42.4 percent) from 3-point range in the three games that have followed.

Cincinnati has won six of seven versus Rutgers (12-7, 3-5), including the last two meetings at home by a combined 28 points.

The Scarlet Knights followed this month's loss to Cincinnati with a 70-67 home win over South Florida on Jan. 17, but have since dropped three in a row. Jerome Seagears scored a career-high 21 and Eli Carter added 13 on Sunday at Connecticut, but Rutgers was held to 39.3 percent shooting in a 66-54 loss.

"We can't have one or two players (being productive)," said coach Mike Rice, whose team ranks 13th with 60.8 points per game in Big East play. "We need four or five players. Our balance has gone out the window because guys are too inconsistent."

Carter averages a team-high 15.4 points but was held to six on 1-of-11 shooting against the Bearcats. Guard Myles Mack was the only Scarlet Knight to score in double figures with 15 in that meeting.

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