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OLE MISS (17 - 3) at FLORIDA (17 - 2)
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OLE MISS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games17-3+3.69-65-580.035.943.5%
Road Games6-2+14-43-378.734.644.1%38.572.535.242.6%35.6
Last 5 Games4-1+2.62-32-272.832.240.5%40.469.432.442.1%39.8
Conference Games6-1+4.64-32-374.332.940.7%40.967.130.640.8%38.1
OLE MISS Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)80.035.928-6443.5%7-2132.6%17-2567.3%411313189126
vs opponents surrendering67.331.324-5642.3%6-1933.4%14-2067.9%351013187144
Team Stats (Road Games)78.734.627-6244.1%7-2135.9%17-2371.7%381111186115
Stats Against (All Games)65.131.523-5839.1%6-2027.8%14-2165.8%38912216173
vs opponents averaging67.731.124-5643.1%6-1732.9%14-2166.9%361012187144
Stats Against (Road Games)72.535.225-6042.6%7-2232.4%14-2168.2%36913195123

FLORIDA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games17-2-0.812-44-673.834.649.5%36.450.421.935.9%27.5
Home Games9-0+35-11-
Last 5 Games5-0+25-01-274.434.652.8%35.245.819.434.0%26.0
Conference Games7-0+37-01-374.732.951.4%36.446.418.934.2%27.0
FLORIDA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)73.834.627-5449.5%9-2239.2%12-1769.7%361015148123
vs opponents surrendering63.529.223-5441.5%6-1832.9%12-1966.8%33912187144
Team Stats (Home Games)77.138.028-5550.0%9-2339.5%13-1872.2%381016129125
Stats Against (All Games)50.421.918-4935.9%5-1629.7%10-1568.9%2779166152
vs opponents averaging66.731.224-5443.4%6-1733.8%14-2067.8%361013177144
Stats Against (Home Games)46.819.617-4934.2%4-1726.2%9-1269.6%2778156172
Average power rating of opponents played: OLE MISS 73.5,  FLORIDA 75.4
OLE MISS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/14/2012E TENN ST77-55W - -28-6443.7%431818-5532.7%4022
12/19/2012@ LOYOLA-MARYMOUNT73-70W-9.5L143.5U28-6642.4%411226-5944.1%3917
12/22/2012*INDIANA ST85-87L-8.5L137O34-8341.0%46730-7042.9%4513
12/23/2012*SAN FRANCISCO85-78W-8.5L146O26-5745.6%331428-5550.9%2714
12/25/2012@ HAWAII81-66W-7W149.5U27-6144.3%32824-6139.3%4115
1/4/2013FORDHAM95-68W-20W -33-6650.0%391326-6738.8%3822
1/9/2013@ TENNESSEE92-74W1.5W -25-5843.1%471125-6538.5%328
1/15/2013@ VANDERBILT89-79W-8W127.5O32-6251.6%381026-5844.8%3512
1/19/2013ARKANSAS76-64W-8.5W -28-7040.0%461626-6639.4%4219
1/26/2013@ AUBURN63-61W-7L140.5U24-5543.6%36820-5536.4%366
2/2/2013@ FLORIDA              
2/6/2013MISSISSIPPI ST              
2/9/2013@ MISSOURI              
2/13/2013@ TEXAS A&M              
2/20/2013@ S CAROLINA              

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 CAROLINA75-36W-23.5W -28-5352.8%381214-4531.1%2417
2/2/2013OLE MISS              
2/5/2013@ ARKANSAS              
2/9/2013MISSISSIPPI ST              
2/16/2013@ AUBURN              
2/19/2013@ MISSOURI              
OLE MISS: The Rebels bring back four starters from a squad that produced an 8-8 record in the SEC last season, playing in its third straight NIT. But Ole Miss still has its sights set on making the NCAA Tournament. Among those returning is senior forward Murphy Holloway (11.2 PPG, 9.0 RPG) who is a beast on the boards. Point guard Jarvis Summers (10.4 PPG, 3.4 APG) is also back after he proved to be an effective shooter in his freshman campaign, hitting 43.6% of his shots from deep. SG Nick Williams averaged 10.1 PPG, but shot just 41% from the floor and 32% from downtown.
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.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PA SPORTSTICKER COLLEGE BASKETBALL PREVIEW (OLE MISS-FLORIDA) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

*Mississippi-Florida Preview* =============================

Mississippi (17-3) at Florida (17-2), 7:00 p.m. EDT

(AP) - Billy Donovan has coached plenty of good defensive teams in his 17 seasons at Florida.

None of them quite like this.

The fourth-ranked Gators have been ridiculously stingy this season, especially in SEC play, and their next challenge comes Saturday night against No. 16 Mississippi and conference leading scorer Marshall Henderson.

Florida (17-2, 7-0) ranks second in the nation in scoring defense, giving up a paltry 50.4 points a game. The Gators have held 15 teams under 60 points, 11 under 50 and three under 40.

The latest defensive masterpiece came Wednesday night against South Carolina. In winning its ninth consecutive game, Florida allowed the program's fewest points (36) in conference play during the shot-clock era.

Now, the SEC's top scoring team in Mississippi (17-3, 6-1) visits Gainesville. The Rebels are averaging 80.0 points, led by Henderson's 19.3 per game, and should provide a tough test for Florida's stout D.

No SEC team has really challenged the Gators so far. Florida has won seven games by an average of 28.3 points, looking like the class of the field in a watered-down league.

"We're just consistent," forward Will Yeguete said. "We have a couple of breakdowns a game, but we stay consistent. We keep guarding teams every single time, possession after possession. ... It's good to say that you're a really good defensive team."

Making opponents uncomfortable starts with guards Scottie Wilbekin and Kenny Boynton, both aggressive, on-ball defenders who have the quickness and stamina to run the press, the length to affect perimeter shots and the kind of experience that makes it easy to get them on the same page.

Wilbekin kept Georgia's Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (season-low 11 points), Texas A&M's Elston Turner (4 points on 1-of-10 shooting) and Missouri's Phil Pressey (2 points, 10 turnovers) in check last month.

Boynton, who leads the Gators with 13.6 points per game, was equally effective the last two games against Mississippi State's Jalen Steele (scoreless) and South Carolina's Bruce Ellington (7 points on 2-of-9 shooting).

Next up is Henderson, whose play has led to plenty of attention for the Rebels. Henderson has been so good during his first two months in the SEC that the 6-foot-2 junior has brought a rare spotlight to a program that hasn't been to the NCAA tournament since 2002.

He's averaging 21.3 points in conference play as Ole Miss enters its most crucial stretch of the season. Henderson scored 21 on Tuesday in the Rebels' first SEC loss, 87-74 at home to Kentucky, but shot 5 of 19 from the field - 2 of 11 from 3-point range.

The loss was costly for the Rebels. One of their most important reserves Aaron Jones - a 6-9 sophomore who is the primary backup for both Murphy Holloway and Reginald Buckner - tore the ACL in his left knee and is out for the season. Backup guard Nick Williams, averaging 9.4 points, is also out indefinitely after re-aggravating a foot injury against the Wildcats.

So the onus is on Henderson to keep producing for the short-handed Rebels, who had their nine-game win streak snapped.

That won't be easy against a Gators team that has crushed everyone in the SEC so far - the closest game was a 64-47 victory at Georgia on Jan. 23.

Donovan is wary of Henderson, who is attempting nearly 11 3-pointers per game.

"He's got really, really good speed to come off screens," Donovan said. "He's got the ability to kind of get himself squared up pretty quickly. He can make tough shots. He can make challenged shots."

Florida has dominated this series over the past decade, winning 10 of 11 since the start of the 2002-03 season. The Gators have won the past six meetings in Gainesville and are 35-11 all-time at home against the Rebels.

Last Updated: 6/24/2018 9:49:55 AM EST

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