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Ole Miss hits the road for the second consecutive game,
traveling to Kentucky to take on
the Wildcats. Kentucky sits third
in the SEC Eastern Division standings and has taken its last two games,
including Saturday’s 79-66 road win at South Carolina.
Tubby Smith’s Wildcats have a trio of sophomores leading the team in scoring
and currently coming off the bench. After being suspended for the entire
non-conference slate, forward Randolph Morris is posting 12.8 points and 5.8
rebounds since rejoining the squad and leads the SEC in field goal percentage
in league play (.611).
The Runnin’ Utes (12-12, 5-8 MWC) open a two-game road swing against the UNLV Runnin’ Rebels (14-10, 8-4 MWC). Utah,
tied for sixth place in the Mountain West Conference, dropped a pair of games
at home last week. The Utes pushed Colorado
State to overtime before falling
69-61 on Wednesday night, then lost to Air Force 52-51
on Saturday night. Utah is 3-6 on
opponents’ home courts overall this season and 2-4 in Mountain West Conference
play. Over the last seven games, Utah
has held its opponents to an average of 59.7 points per game on 39.6 percent
shooting from the field and 33.3 percent from three-point range. The Utes have
owned a 34.7 to 28.1 edge in rebounds per game, outworking all seven teams on
the glass. Utah
is playing one redshirt freshman and four other newcomers. Through 24 games,
56.9 percent of the Utes’ points, 47.2 percent of their rebounds, 51.9 percent
of their assists, and 54.1 percent of their minutes played have come from the
first-year players. UNLV is 14-10 overall and tied
for third place in the Mountain West Conference with an 8-4 record. The Rebels
are 10-4 at home overall this season and 4-2 in conference games. The Runnin’ Rebels ended a two-game losing steak with an 80-72
win at Colorado State
last Saturday afternoon. Before then, UNLV lost at BYU (75-72) on Feb. 11 and to San Diego State at home
(81-70) on Feb. 16.
finishes out a two-game homestand Wednesday night
against the TCU Horned Frogs. The Rams suffered an
80-72 setback Saturday night against UNLV and are now
13-12 on the year overall. The Horned Frogs bring a 5-21 record into Moby Arena
on Wednesday with their only conference victory (1-11) coming at the Rams’
expense, 85-72 in Fort Worth on Jan. 21. Colorado
State holds an all-time record of
414-164 (.716) in Moby Arena. The Rams hold an 9-33
record in the month of February during Dale Layer’s tenure as head coach. The
Rams have a 4-22 record in February in their last three-plus seasons. CSU snapped a 20-game league road losing streak with last
Wednesday’s win over Utah in Salt
Lake City. After
holding opponents to a .379 field goal percentage in non-conference games, CSU
has allowed league opponents to shoot at a .493 clip after 12 MWC games. MWC foes are scoring
77.7 points per game on the Rams compared to a 67.0
points per game average in non-conference play.
owns the all-time series lead with a record of 59-46 vs. the Buckeyes. Ohio
State is 13-38 in games played in East
Lansing. The Buckeyes are 32-21 in games played in Columbus.
will hit the road for the fourth time in its last five games. The Florida
game will mark the fourth consecutive road game the Vols
have played that has been sold out. UT also played before sold out arenas at Kentucky,
Georgia and Alabama.
UT saw its eight-game SEC winning streak come to an end with a 79-92 loss at Alabama
Saturday. Halftime bettors note that UT has rallied to overcome deficits of
nine points or more four times. South Carolina (1/8/06) led by as many as 15
points in the second half before the Vols came back
to win 76-69 in Columbia. The Vols have recorded at
least 10 steals in 15 of their 23 games. Tennessee
is getting an average of 22.6 points per game from its bench. The Vols’ bench has contributed 520 points in 23 games this
season. UT has recorded 100 more steals than its opponents. The Vols have 241 steals compared to just 141 by their
(16-9, 6-6 ACC) looks for its seventh conference win when it travels to Tallahassee
to take on the upstart Florida State Seminoles Wednesday. Florida
State (16-7, 6-6 ACC) enters the
game having won three of its last four contests following a 76-62 win over Virginia
Saturday in Tallahassee. Maryland
leads the all-time series with FSU, 23-7, dating back to the first meeting in
1992. The Terps have won two straight over the
Seminoles and 17 of the last 19 contests. Maryland
is 9-4 against the ‘Noles in Tallahassee
and has won six of the last seven meetings at FSU.
Georgetown put together its second seven-game winning
streak of the season from Jan. 17-Feb. 9, but the Hoyas
then hit a rough stretch of their schedule and suffered consecutive losses to
then-No. 9 West
Virginia, Marquette and
then-No. 4 Villanova.The Hoyas’
last three games aren’t nearly as tough, as they’ll face Rutgers
(15-11, 5-8) and Syracuse at home,
followed by South Florida on the road. With victories
over No. 1 Duke and No. 9 Pittsburgh this season, one or two more wins could be
enough to get the Hoyas into the NCAAs.
After losing six of seven games over a three-week stretch, Rutgers
has won two of its last three. The Scarlet Knights are coming off a 65-51
victory over South Florida on Saturday. On Saturday, Douby sparked a 17-4 run that put Rutgers
ahead 35-21 at halftime. The Scarlet Knights went on to deal South
Florida its school-record 14th consecutive loss. The Scarlet Knights will face a much tougher test against Georgetown, having dropped five of the last six meetings.
The Saint Joseph’s
men’s basketball team will play back-to-back games at Alumni Memorial Fieldhouse for the first time this season, beginning with
Wednesday’s (Feb. 22) game with Fordham. The Hawks are 2-3 this season in the Fieldhouse and will be looking to avoid a sub-.500 record
on their homecourt, something which hasn’t happened since 1997-98. Entering
this season, the Hawks owned a 30-2 record in the building since 2002-03, and
that record is now 32-5.
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has won 14 of its last 17 games after starting the year with a 4-3 record. Over the last seven years, Utah
State is 40-19 (.678) on the road
in league play and 41-26 (.612) all-time on the road under head coach Stew
Morrill (separated at birth from world class handicapper the Animal) in
conference games. USU’s overall road record under
Morrill is 54-39 (.581). Utah State is
92-24 (.793) in league games over the last seven years and it has won 40 of its
last 50 conference games dating back to the 2002-03 season. Utah
State is 42-15 (.737) in the month
of February under Morrill, which includes a 19-12 (.613) road record. Utah
State leads the nation in
three-point field goal percentage (.431) and ranks second in the country in
overall field goal percentage (.510). USU is also
second in the nation in assists per game (18.46). Utah State is 18-6 on the season and in third-place in the Western
Athletic Conference with an 8-4 league record following its 80-42 win at Idaho and its 66-63 non-conference win against Northwestern State last weekend. Utah State and Boise State will be meeting for the 23rd time this week
with the Aggies owning a 17-5 all-time record against
the Broncos, which includes a 4-5 road record. Boise State is 13-12 on the year and in seventh-place in the Western
Athletic Conference with a 5-8 league record. The Broncos snapped a three-game
losing streak by defeating Cal State Northridge 82-71 at home in its last game.
Boise State is 9-4 at home this year.
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Saturday, February 25,
This matchup is to decide first place in Conference USA.
Off to the best start in school history, the fourth-ranked Tigers (24-2, 10-0)
enter this contest with 13 consecutive wins. The Miners (17-6, 9-1) have won
five straight and 10 of 11, staying within one game of Memphis
for the conference lead. If UTEP pulls off the upset,
it will be tied with the Tigers for the league’s best record but will have won
the only meeting of the season between the schools. The Miners have allowed the
fewest points per game in the conference at 58.5 and are second in field-goal
percentage defense at 39.6 percent. The Miners have held 20 of their 23
opponents below 70 points, going 16-4 in those games.
meanwhile, has scored less than 70 points just twice this season, losing 70-67
to top-ranked Duke on Nov. 25 and 69-58 to then-No. 15 ranked Texas
on Jan. 2.
The Tigers lead C-USA in scoring (84 points per game),
average margin of victory (16.6 ppg) and field-goal percentage (46.0). The
Miners have not played a ranked team this season and are just 31-71 all time
against Top 25 opponents. They haven’t faced a team ranked as high as Memphis
since a 62-56 loss to then-No. 3 Utah
on Jan. 29, 1998.
Memphis is 3-0
at home and 4-1 overall in the all-time series, with the lone defeat coming on Dec. 18, 1971. The teams haven’t met
since a 90-65 Tigers win on March 20,
2001, in the second round of the NIT.
is 5-20 over the last 15 years versus ranked opponents, defeating the University
of Utah four times and Pacific
once. All-time, Utah State
is 9-50 versus ranked opponents. The last time Utah State played a ranked team
was on Mar. 17, 2005 when it lost to then ninth-ranked Arizona 66-53 in the
first round of the 2005 NCAA Tournament in Boise, Idaho. The last time Utah
State played a ranked team in Logan
was on Feb. 12, 2005 when
it lost to then 24th-ranked Pacific 64-63. Under Morrill, USU is 2-7 versus top-25 opponents.
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