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CBB : ATS Matchup
Wednesday 1/30/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore



S CAROLINA (12 - 7) at FLORIDA (16 - 2)
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S CAROLINA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games12-7+29-62-371.634.744.4%38.367.631.142.8%30.8
Road Games4-3+4.86-11-
Last 5 Games2-3+2.33-20-168.834.241.2%
Conference Games2-4+1.34-20-166.332.840.9%37.264.329.040.5%33.8
S CAROLINA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)71.634.725-5744.4%6-1834.2%15-2269.3%381313205174
vs opponents surrendering67.131.824-5642.4%6-1833.4%14-2068.7%361012187143
Team Stats (Road Games)68.132.123-5443.5%6-1931.1%15-2269.2%391211205183
Stats Against (All Games)67.631.123-5542.8%5-1730.2%16-2367.0%311013209144
vs opponents averaging66.330.924-5642.4%6-1832.5%13-1966.5%351012187144
Stats Against (Road Games)67.929.923-5641.4%5-2027.7%16-2565.3%3212132011144

FLORIDA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games16-2-0.811-44-673.734.749.3%36.351.222.636.1%27.7
Home Games8-0+34-11-277.438.649.7%
Last 5 Games5-0+35-01-374.233.850.9%
Conference Games6-0+36-01-374.732.851.2%
FLORIDA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)73.734.727-5449.3%8-2238.2%12-1771.1%361015148113
vs opponents surrendering63.429.223-5441.4%6-1833.1%12-1867.0%33912187143
Team Stats (Home Games)77.438.627-5549.7%9-2337.5%14-1875.3%381016129125
Stats Against (All Games)51.222.618-4936.1%5-1630.4%10-1569.0%28710166152
vs opponents averaging66.731.224-5543.4%6-1734.0%13-2067.7%361013177144
Stats Against (Home Games)48.120.717-5034.6%5-1727.4%9-1369.9%2778156172
Average power rating of opponents played: S CAROLINA 70.9,  FLORIDA 75.6
S CAROLINA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/19/2012APPALACHIAN ST74-69W-10.5L144U28-6145.9%371723-6336.5%4017
12/22/2012*MANHATTAN63-57W-1.5W -20-4940.8%421918-4540.0%2313
12/29/2012PRESBYTERIAN76-60W - -27-5648.2%34923-4946.9%2515
1/5/2013S CAROLINA ST80-69W - -32-7145.1%42926-6142.6%4115
1/9/2013@ MISSISSIPPI ST54-56L4W -20-5139.2%382419-4938.8%2917
1/12/2013AUBURN71-74L-2.5L -26-5745.6%311524-4158.5%2417
1/16/2013@ LSU82-73W10W -26-5844.8%361526-6440.6%4022
1/19/2013VANDERBILT51-58L-4L -14-5923.7%33716-3743.2%4018
1/22/2013@ MISSOURI65-71L13.5W142U24-6536.9%431319-5733.3%4413
1/26/2013ARKANSAS75-54W4.5W -30-5257.7%421821-6134.4%269
1/30/2013@ FLORIDA              
2/5/2013@ KENTUCKY              
2/16/2013@ ALABAMA              
2/20/2013OLE MISS              

FLORIDA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/15/2012@ ARIZONA64-65L-2L135U24-5246.2%331420-4445.5%2210
12/19/2012SE LOUISIANA82-43W - -28-5749.1%40816-5529.1%3013
12/22/2012*KANSAS ST61-67L-11L128P23-5740.4%27920-4841.7%3610
12/29/2012*AIR FORCE78-61W-19.5L131O28-5253.8%361019-4740.4%2510
1/6/2013@ YALE79-58W-20W128.5O30-5060.0%291321-4942.9%2416
1/9/2013GEORGIA77-44W-19.5W -29-5552.7%26714-3638.9%2519
1/12/2013@ LSU74-52W-11W135.5U28-6344.4%531121-6532.3%348
1/17/2013@ TEXAS A&M68-47W-10.5W122U25-5050.0%281117-5034.0%3316
1/23/2013@ GEORGIA64-47W-15W -23-5145.1%31716-3941.0%2817
1/26/2013@ MISSISSIPPI ST82-47W-20.5W127O31-5655.4%441417-5232.7%2010
1/30/2013S CAROLINA              
2/2/2013OLE MISS              
2/5/2013@ ARKANSAS              
2/9/2013MISSISSIPPI ST              
2/16/2013@ AUBURN              
2/19/2013@ MISSOURI              
S CAROLINA: The Gamecocks hit a new low last season after posting just two SEC wins, but should have positive change on the way in the form of new head coach Frank Martin. He'll have to contend with a transfer-depleted roster, and wait for last year's leading passer Bruce Ellington (11.0 PPG, 3.1 APG) to finish football season. The team's hopes down low will rely mostly with 7-foot freshman Laimonas Chatkevicius, while Southern Miss transfer LaShay Page will need to make an immediate impact.
FLORIDA: The Gators have the talent and experience to win the SEC with three returning starters from a squad that made last year's Elite Eight and were four points shy of making the Final Four. Billy Donovan's teams are always fun to watch and led the nation last season with 9.6 threes per game. Even though Bradley Beal isn't back, leading scorer Kenny Boynton (15.9 PPG, 3.0 threes per game, 41% 3-pt FG) is and he should only thrive with more touches. Where the Gators become really dangerous though is in the frontcourt, a crew that can stretch any defense. Now-senior Erik Murphy (10.5 PPG, 4.5 RPG) made 1.7 threes per game last season on a 42.1% clip, making it difficult for any team to defend the 6-foot-10 athlete. Fellow big man Patric Young (10.2 PPG, 6.4 RPG) is more of a traditional post player at 6-foot-9, but makes the most of his chances down low making 61.8% of his field goals last year. He should be ready to become a dominant big as a junior, helping take this team to a conference crown. And the team even receives a solid reinforcement in the form of 6-foot-1 point guard Braxton Ogbueze, who should provide quality minutes and distribute the ball effectively.
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*South Carolina-Florida Preview* ================================

South Carolina (12-7) at Florida (16-2), 8:00 p.m. EDT

GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) - Florida center Pat Young knows something is coming.

It could be a speech. It could be a video session. It could be a grueling practice.

Following an eight-game winning streak, a dominant start in the SEC and the program's highest ranking in nearly six years, Young figures coach Billy Donovan will do something to get his team's attention.

"I know coach Donovan's going to humble us," Young said Monday. "He's going to find something to make sure we don't get too lifted up on this attention that we're getting now. We want to be great for being recognized as a good team, but we want to make it all the way. We want to win it all. Then we'll finally be satisfied with what we've got."

Florida moved up four spots to No. 4 in the latest AP poll, jumped to sixth in the latest Ratings Percentage Index and has been projected a top seed in the NCAA tournament.

How the Gators (16-2, 6-0) handle their recent success and raised expectations could be key to avoiding the kind of letdowns that have plagued so many other top-five teams this season.

"Our guys have got to understand that the chatter and stuff around them is on the peripheral," Donovan said. "It's got nothing to do with us preparing to get ready for the next game. I think that any good team or any team that moves up in the rankings, you have to deal with that."

Florida is home for four of its next five games. The Gators host South Carolina (12-7, 2-4) on Wednesday night, three days before 16th-ranked Mississippi comes to town.

The No. 4 ranking is Florida's highest since the 2006-07 season, when the Gators won the second of back-to-back national championships. Florida spent much of that season atop the polls, but was ranked third heading into the NCAA tournament.

"It's good for the school, but honestly as a team, we're not worried about it," guard Kenny Boynton said. "Whether we're ranked or not, we're going to get a team's best game. So we've just got to go out there and play."

Defense has been the catalyst of Florida's rise.

Donovan's squad has held 10 opponents under 50 points, including Saturday's 82-47 rout of Mississippi State, and 14 under 60. Florida ranks third in the nation in scoring defense, allowing just 51.2 points a game.

The Gators have been at their best in league play, winning by an average of 26.5 points. The team has shot at least 44 percent in those six games, including at least 35 percent from 3-point range, and allowed no opponent to shoot better than 41 percent from the field.

Now, though, the Gators will try to continue their streak with a few extra distractions that come with more attention.

"We've got to drive our car with two hands on the wheel inside the lane and looking at what's in front," Donovan said. "And what's in front of us right now is South Carolina. So that's the challenge that they need to understand."

The Gamecocks avoided a third straight loss and won for the second time in six games by beating Arkansas 75-54 at home Saturday. They trailed 15-3 less than five minutes in, but Brian Richardson helped South Carolina rally to erase that deficit.

The junior guard tied his career high with 20 points, including 11 in a 40-11 run to close the first half. The Gamecocks equaled their number of conference victories from a season ago and posted their first win of at least 20 points since defeating Mississippi State 83-61 on Feb. 11, 2006.

"The run was pretty good. It was fun," Richardson said. "We played hard and that's how we need to play all the time, play with a lot of passion, a lot of energy and the results will take care of itself."

South Carolina has mostly come out on the losing end when facing Florida. The Gamecocks have dropped three straight and 23 of 29 in the series since the start of the 1998-99 season, and they've lost their last 11 matchups with ranked teams.

Last Updated: 4/22/2018 11:12:44 AM EST

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