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CBB : ATS Matchup
Saturday 2/9/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore
MISSISSIPPI ST
 
FLORIDA
+28  

-28  


128.5
 
58
Final
83

MISSISSIPPI ST (7 - 14) at FLORIDA (18 - 3)
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Saturday, 2/9/2013 5:00 PM
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583MISSISSIPPI ST128129
584FLORIDA-29.5-28.5
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
MISSISSIPPI ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games7-14-3.76-113-261.628.440.9%34.567.531.742.7%36.4
Road Games2-9-3.73-72-262.425.639.2%35.775.938.345.0%37.8
Last 5 Games0-5-21-41-061.828.841.1%31.079.033.648.3%36.6
Conference Games2-7-0.52-71-059.728.640.5%30.773.032.946.1%37.4
MISSISSIPPI ST Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)61.628.422-5340.9%4-1628.3%14-2166.6%351010168184
vs opponents surrendering65.630.223-5541.8%6-1832.3%14-2067.9%351012187144
Team Stats (Road Games)62.425.621-5439.2%5-1728.3%15-2268.3%361110186183
Stats Against (All Games)67.531.725-5942.7%7-2133.9%10-1566.9%361114189165
vs opponents averaging67.831.524-5643.0%6-1833.3%13-2067.5%361013187144
Stats Against (Road Games)75.938.328-6145.0%8-2137.6%13-1869.2%381217189147

FLORIDA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games18-3-6.812-66-673.834.549.2%36.152.423.236.7%28.0
Home Games10-0+35-22-277.238.250.2%37.848.520.334.7%27.3
Last 5 Games4-1-63-23-073.632.849.3%36.054.825.238.7%27.8
Conference Games8-1-37-23-374.432.950.3%35.852.122.436.6%28.4
FLORIDA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)73.834.527-5549.2%9-2239.0%11-1669.9%361016148123
vs opponents surrendering6429.523-5441.6%6-1832.7%13-1967.2%34912187144
Team Stats (Home Games)77.238.228-5650.2%9-2339.3%12-1672.7%381017139125
Stats Against (All Games)52.423.218-5036.7%5-1631.0%11-1569.5%28710166152
vs opponents averaging67.831.724-5543.5%6-1833.6%14-2068.2%361013187144
Stats Against (Home Games)48.520.317-5034.7%5-1727.7%9-1369.9%2778156162
Average power rating of opponents played: MISSISSIPPI ST 71.4,  FLORIDA 75.2
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
MISSISSIPPI ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
12/22/2012*C ARKANSAS79-72W - -25-5248.1%432127-6839.7%2917
12/30/2012ALABAMA A&M57-59L - -20-5635.7%351124-5742.1%3713
1/3/2013NEW ORLEANS97-46W - -35-6256.5%401717-5133.3%2723
1/9/2013S CAROLINA56-54W-4L -19-4938.8%291720-5139.2%3824
1/12/2013@ GEORGIA72-61W7.5W -25-5446.3%371419-5832.8%4415
1/16/2013ALABAMA43-75L4L -16-4535.6%232131-5853.4%3512
1/19/2013@ TENNESSEE57-72L11.5L -21-5637.5%321328-6046.7%3711
1/23/2013@ ARKANSAS70-96L14.5L -22-5440.7%362933-6749.3%3413
1/26/2013FLORIDA47-82L20.5L127O17-5232.7%201031-5655.4%4414
1/30/2013TEXAS A&M49-55L3.5L -16-4040.0%242425-5347.2%3122
2/2/2013LSU68-69L3.5W -26-5448.1%371725-6339.7%3917
2/6/2013@ OLE MISS75-93L16L -28-6543.1%381730-5950.8%3510
2/9/2013@ FLORIDA              
2/13/2013MISSOURI              
2/16/2013@ LSU              
2/20/2013@ ALABAMA              
2/23/2013VANDERBILT              
2/27/2013@ KENTUCKY              
3/2/2013OLE MISS              

FLORIDA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
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
1/19/2013MISSOURI83-52W-13W135.5U35-5959.3%351616-4932.7%2521
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 MISS78-64W-17.5L134.5O32-6251.6%341221-5538.2%3313
2/5/2013@ ARKANSAS69-80L-10.5L140O23-5641.1%331628-5749.1%349
2/9/2013MISSISSIPPI ST              
2/12/2013KENTUCKY              
2/16/2013@ AUBURN              
2/19/2013@ MISSOURI              
2/23/2013ARKANSAS              
2/26/2013@ TENNESSEE              
3/2/2013ALABAMA              
KEY GAME INFORMATION
MISSISSIPPI ST: This will be a big transitional year for the Bulldogs under first-year head coach Rick Ray, who will have to contend with a team returning no starters after freshman Rodney Hood transferred to Duke. The one returning body of note is Jalen Steele (8.7 PPG) who got the starting nod in some of the games last year. Six-foot-9 senior C Wendell Lewis (4.0 RPG) will also be thrust into the spotlight and will be forced to take more shots after making 62.5% FG last year in limited opportunities.
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.
PREVIEW
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*Mississippi St.-Florida Preview* =================================

By JEFF MEZYDLO STATS Senior Writer

Mississippi State (7-14) at Florida (18-3), 5:00 p.m. EDT

Florida is coming off its first defeat in almost two months and will be without its top reserve for at least the rest of the regular season.

On a positive note, a visit from Mississippi State might be exactly what the Gators need to get back on track.

The second-ranked Gators look to rebound from their worst loss of the season by handing the Bulldogs an eighth straight defeat in Saturday's SEC matchup.

In a stunning 80-69 loss at Arkansas on Tuesday, Florida (18-3, 8-1) looked nothing like the team that won its previous 10 games by an average of 25.0 points.

"Sometimes you need a reality to check to let you know you can be beat," guard Kenny Boynton said. "Better now than later."

The Gators rank among the national leaders in points allowed at 52.4 per game and field-goal percentage defense at 36.7. The Razorbacks, though, made 15 of their first 20 shots en route to shooting 49.1 percent and handing Florida its first loss since Dec. 22.

"Just because you've done something in the past, just because our defensive numbers have looked like they have - every game is different," said coach Billy Donovan, whose team trailed by as many as 23 in the first half before yielding a season-high point total.

Mike Rosario scored 15 while Scottie Wilbekin added 14 points with seven rebounds and four assists, but the Gators shot 41.1 percent and committed 16 turnovers.

Backup forward Will Yeguete played one minute before feeling a pop in his knee. Second on the team with 6.3 rebounds per game, the junior will undergo arthroscopic knee surgery and hopes to be ready for the SEC and NCAA tournaments.

"I feel more disappointed for him because I think he has worked hard," Donovan said. "He's a guy that does things for our team that not a lot of guys do. He's a great defender, great rebounder."

Already lacking frontcourt depth with junior swingman Casey Prather trying to find his rhythm after a concussion and high-ankle sprain, Donovan could give little-used freshman DeVon Walker more minutes at power forward.

Excelling amidst adversity has been common for the Gators this season, as Wilbekin, Rosario and forward Erik Murphy have played hurt.

Rosario has averaged 14.7 points and shot 54.8 percent in three games since going 1 of 8 and scoring five points in an 82-47 win at Mississippi State on Jan. 26. Murphy and Boynton each scored 18 while Wilbekin added 13 with nine assists as Florida shot 55.4 percent.

The Gators held the Bulldogs (7-14, 2-7) to 19 first-half points and 32.7 percent shooting overall.

"(Florida has) the best players in the SEC and the most talented players in the SEC, but their willingness to share the basketball is by far their best attribute," Mississippi State coach Rick Ray said. "Our team needs to learn from that."

The learning process has been difficult for the Bulldogs, who are in danger of dropping eight straight for the first time since a nine-game slide Jan. 17-Feb. 18, 1987. The Bulldogs, who lost 93-75 at Mississippi on Wednesday, have averaged 58.4 points and shot 39.9 percent in the last seven contests.

Freshman guard Fred Thomas averages a team-leading 10.6 points. He had season highs of 19 and seven steals against the Gators.

Florida is 10-0 at home, where it's won two straight and six of eight against Mississippi State.


Last Updated: 12/22/2014 11:44:28 PM EST


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