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CBB : ATS Matchup
Friday 3/21/2014Line$ LineOU LineScore




SF AUSTIN ST (31 - 2) vs. VA COMMONWEALTH (26 - 8)
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Friday, 3/21/2014 7:25 PM
NCAA Tournament - Second Round - Viejas Arena - San Diego, CA
Board OpenLatest
845SF AUSTIN ST136.5135.5
SF AUSTIN ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games31-2+21-11-176.538.146.4%33.862.630.145.0%29.1
Road Games16-2+21-11-173.736.346.4%33.962.329.344.3%30.1
Last 5 Games5-0+21-11-179.240.446.0%34.664.432.447.2%27.8
SF AUSTIN ST Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)76.538.127-5746.4%7-2034.8%16-2370.8%341117218113
vs opponents surrendering74.434.826-5745.0%6-1834.4%17-2468.6%361014207133
Team Stats (Road Games)73.736.326-5646.4%7-2035.2%15-2268.2%341115217123
Stats Against (All Games)62.630.121-4645.0%4-1234.3%17-2469.1%29710205163
vs opponents averaging71.533.225-5644.2%6-1634.2%16-2469.6%35913207144
Stats Against (Road Games)62.329.321-4744.3%4-1331.7%16-2466.4%30810195154

VA COMMONWEALTH - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games26-8+0.318-1411-2075.034.541.9%37.864.929.743.0%36.8
Road Games11-8-3.611-87-1272.030.940.8%37.166.929.944.3%37.7
Last 5 Games4-1+24-11-469.632.242.4%38.458.027.040.0%33.6
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)75.034.526-6341.9%7-2134.9%15-2267.4%3812132011124
vs opponents surrendering68.131.524-5543.0%6-1833.4%15-2169.2%34912196134
Team Stats (Road Games)72.030.926-6440.8%7-2133.7%13-1966.2%3711122010124
Stats Against (All Games)64.929.723-5343.0%5-1630.1%14-2166.5%37911196184
vs opponents averaging70.532.824-5544.4%6-1834.8%15-2268.7%35913196124
Stats Against (Road Games)66.929.923-5244.3%5-1632.9%16-2366.3%38811176185
Average power rating of opponents played: SF AUSTIN ST 64,  VA COMMONWEALTH 74.7
SF AUSTIN ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/30/2014ABILENE CHRISTIAN64-48W - -23-6038.3%401614-4431.8%3121
2/1/2014INCARNATE WORD76-74W - -27-6541.5%30824-4257.1%3217
2/6/2014NICHOLLS ST93-64W - -35-6256.5%281022-4252.4%2521
2/8/2014MCNEESE ST74-54W - -26-5448.1%291220-4940.8%3120
2/13/2014@ LAMAR78-69W - -29-4465.9%231223-4452.3%1812
2/15/2014@ SAM HOUSTON ST67-60W - -19-4443.2%341222-5540.0%3212
2/22/2014NORTHWESTERN ST70-68W - -23-6336.5%321126-4557.8%3221
2/27/2014@ NEW ORLEANS103-63W - -41-6464.1%401020-5337.7%2519
3/1/2014@ SE LOUISIANA75-62W - -25-6141.0%321219-3357.6%2818
3/6/2014ORAL ROBERTS83-72W - -26-5448.1%35525-4852.1%286
3/8/2014C ARKANSAS85-61W - -28-5947.5%401323-4946.9%2116
3/14/2014*NORTHWESTERN ST85-78W-8L156.5O27-6045.0%311024-5543.6%3913
3/15/2014*SAM HOUSTON ST68-49W-9.5W135U25-5149.0%351017-4438.6%2312
3/21/2014*VA COMMONWEALTH              

VA COMMONWEALTH - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
2/6/2014RHODE ISLAND68-52W-15W139U21-6233.9%441118-5234.6%4020
2/8/2014@ ST JOSEPHS62-69L-3L138.5U25-6041.7%351025-5743.9%3912
2/12/2014GEORGE WASHINGTON92-75W-6.5W139.5O29-6147.5%361729-5552.7%3422
2/15/2014@ SAINT LOUIS62-64L5.5W136U25-6538.5%361322-4944.9%3817
2/21/2014@ MASSACHUSETTS75-80L2L150O29-7439.2%471730-7042.9%4714
2/27/2014@ FORDHAM85-66W-12W149.5O29-6842.6%561522-5837.9%3214
3/1/2014SAINT LOUIS67-56W-4.5W135.5U24-6238.7%35621-4942.9%3517
3/6/2014@ RICHMOND56-50W-5.5W134U20-5238.5%371518-5731.6%3515
3/8/2014ST BONAVENTURE86-67W-9.5W144.5O29-5750.9%301627-6045.0%3724
3/15/2014*GEORGE WASHINGTON74-55W-5.5W140.5U26-5646.4%371220-4841.7%2815
3/16/2014*ST JOSEPHS61-65L-4.5L135.5U24-6536.9%38524-5048.0%4012
3/21/2014*SF AUSTIN ST              
VA COMMONWEALTH: It's unfair to label Shaka Smart's Rams a surprise anymore after they have been so consistently good the past few years and now are ranked for the first time ever in the preseason AP Poll. Smart's 'Havoc' system will sincerely miss departed PG Darius Theus this season, as well as sharpshooter Troy Daniels, but this team still has the talent to be one of the best in the country. F/G Treveon Graham (15.1 PPG, 5.8 RPG, 37% 3-pt FG) is back for his junior year and at 6-foot-6, he presents dangerous size at the wing. Second-leading scorer SF Juvonte Reddic (14.6 PPG, 8.1 RPG) returns for his senior year and he is this team's most reliable post threat, standing at 6-foot-9 and making 57% FG last year. The question for Smart will be how much production he gets out of his backcourt. SG Rob Brandenberg (10.4 PPG, 35% 3-pt FG) will be counted on for more scoring than last season while PG Briante Weber (5.4 PPG, 2.7 APG) will likely assume the starting point guard role. Weber is a fantastic defender, averaging 2.7 SPG in 20.9 MPG last year, though he must improve as a shooter, making only 22.5% of his three-pointers last season.
LUMBERJACKS' ROLL: Few teams will enter the NCAA tournament on a better roll than SFA. The Lumberjacks' 28-game winning streak is the second-longest in the nation behind No. 1 seed Wichita State's 34-game streak and is nine more than the previous longest in Southland Conference. SFA became the first Southland team to win 30 games in a season, the first undefeated league champion since Arkansas State in 1967 - the only one to do it in 18 games - and has a 33-game home winning streak.

STEADY RAMS: VCU has become an NCAA tournament regular over the past decade. The Rams have been included in the bracket six of the past eight years and are the second school from Virginia - with Virginia from 1981-84 - to play in the NCAAs four straight seasons. VCU is one of seven schools entering this year's tournament to win an NCAA tournament game for four straight years and is 23-7 under Smart in the postseason, including the Atlantic-10 and CBI tournaments.

UNDERWOOD'S RUN: Underwood has made the most of his first job as a Division I coach. A former assistant under Frank Martin at Kansas State and South Carolina, has coaxed the Lumberjacks to the NCAA tournament for the second time (with 2009) with a firm-but-free style and a motion offense that spreads the scoring wealth around the roster. Underwood was named the Southland Conference's coach of the year, joining his predecessor Danny Kaspar (now at Texas State) to give the Lumberjacks a two-year sweep of the award.

TURNOVERS KEY: VCU led the nation in steals per game (11.2) and in forcing turnovers (18.3) for the second straight year. The Rams are pretty at protecting the ball, too, finishing the regular season third nationally with a plus-6 turnover ratio. SFA plays a similar game, though with more of a halfcourt slant. The Lumberjacks aren't bad in the turnover game, either, fifth nationally in turnover margin at plus-5.2 and seventh by forcing 16.3 per game. To go out on a limb, turnovers might have an impact on this game.

PRODUCTIVE PARKER: SFA forward Jacob Parker isn't your typical college basketball, nor does he want to be with his flowing blonde hair and style. He sure can play, though. The 6-foot-6 junior averaged 14.2 points and 7.1 rebounds during the regular season and SFA two straight (with Taylor Smith last year) SLC players of the year by winning the award this season.

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