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AUBURN (23 - 9) vs. S CAROLINA (16 - 15)
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Friday, 3/15/2019 3:30 PM
SEC Tournament - Quarterfinals - Nashville, TN
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818S CAROLINA147.5146.5
AUBURN - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games23-9-2.615-1316-1580.137.844.9%35.368.631.942.9%35.2
Road Games8-7-3.85-87-874.134.242.3%34.373.734.744.9%37.3
Last 5 Games5-0+5.22-14-177.834.644.8%28.872.234.046.6%35.4
Conference Games12-7-4.39-810-976.636.543.9%32.671.434.044.0%36.2
AUBURN Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)80.137.828-6144.9%11-3037.4%14-1970.7%351115189135
vs opponents surrendering70.433.225-5843.0%7-2233.6%13-1970.1%34913187133
Team Stats (Road Games)74.134.226-6142.3%10-2933.7%13-1872.7%341112198134
Stats Against (All Games)68.631.923-5442.9%8-2434.8%14-2070.4%35912186184
vs opponents averaging72.734.826-5744.8%7-2134.3%14-2070.9%36913186144
Stats Against (Road Games)73.734.725-5544.9%9-2436.6%15-2269.9%371013176164

S CAROLINA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games16-15+8.214-1618-1273.035.642.2%36.472.434.442.2%36.7
Road Games5-9+4.27-79-570.235.042.9%34.374.635.442.3%37.3
Last 5 Games2-3-0.72-31-464.633.837.4%34.264.428.841.2%37.6
Conference Games11-7+15.312-610-872.435.142.5%35.173.636.843.2%37.3
S CAROLINA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)73.035.625-6042.2%7-2136.5%15-2268.2%361013206134
vs opponents surrendering70.133.124-5842.5%8-2333.7%13-1970.1%34912186133
Team Stats (Road Games)70.235.026-6042.9%8-2039.1%11-1765.1%34813216133
Stats Against (All Games)72.434.424-5742.2%7-2233.8%16-2273.6%37912197154
vs opponents averaging72.434.726-5744.5%8-2234.9%14-1971.0%36913186134
Stats Against (Road Games)74.635.424-5642.3%7-2231.6%20-2578.9%37913177143
Average power rating of opponents played: AUBURN 80.9,  S CAROLINA 81.2
AUBURN - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/26/2019@ MISSISSIPPI ST84-92L-1L149O26-4953.1%291928-5550.9%2913
2/9/2019@ LSU78-83L2.5L161.5U27-5648.2%351928-7238.9%4711
2/13/2019OLE MISS55-60L-8.5L153.5U16-4932.7%341419-5137.3%3413
2/16/2019@ VANDERBILT64-53W-9W147U17-4934.7%27716-4833.3%4319
2/23/2019@ KENTUCKY53-80L8L144U19-5832.8%24930-5554.5%4311
2/27/2019@ GEORGIA78-75W-7.5L147O29-6445.3%28727-5152.9%3114
3/2/2019MISSISSIPPI ST80-75W-5T146O24-5147.1%211024-5543.6%4118
3/5/2019@ ALABAMA66-60W-3W145.5U24-6040.0%351222-4944.9%3419
3/15/2019*S CAROLINA              

S CAROLINA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/26/2019@ OKLAHOMA ST70-74L3L141O26-6738.8%421121-5240.4%349
2/2/2019@ GEORGIA86-80W2.5W149O33-5856.9%301326-6440.6%3914
2/5/2019@ KENTUCKY48-76L16L146U19-5335.8%271925-6141.0%5014
2/13/2019@ TENNESSEE73-85L15.5W150O26-6341.3%331034-6949.3%4010
2/16/2019TEXAS A&M84-77W-4.5W147O27-6442.2%411431-6250.0%3217
2/19/2019OLE MISS79-64W3W148U27-6442.2%461023-6237.1%3811
2/23/2019@ MISSISSIPPI ST61-76L9.5L148U22-5738.6%321525-5050.0%3314
3/2/2019@ MISSOURI63-78L2L135O24-6040.0%271027-5747.4%3915
3/5/2019@ TEXAS A&M71-54W4W143.5U25-5644.6%34819-5236.5%3613
S CAROLINA: Last season: 17-16, missed the postseason after a surprise Final Four run in 2017.
Nickname: Gamecocks.
Coach: Frank Martin.
Conference: Southeastern.
Who's gone: Guard Frank Booker, guard Wesley Myers, guard David Beatty (transfer).
Who's back: Forward Chris Silva was the team's top scorer, rebounder and shot blocker. He was named the SEC co-defensive player of the year and made first-team all-SEC. Guard Hasani Gravett is the team's leading returner at 3.6 assists a game. Forward Malik Kotsar averaged eight points and four rebounds. Forward Justin Minaya is the son of former Major League GM Omar Minaya who is the team's top returning 3-point shooter.
Who's new: Gamecocks counting on Georgetown grad transfer Tre Campbell to take control of point guard. Guard Jermaine Cousinard is among six freshman on South Carolina's roster.
The Skinny: South Carolina had hoped to back up their Final Four season in 2017 with a strong follow-up. Martin hopes the Gamecocks, picked 11th in the SEC, can take a positive step forward back into the NCAA Tournament this year.
Expectations: South Carolina could struggle through another season of growth with nine sophomores or freshmen on the roster in what appears to be a stacked SEC.
No. 22 Auburn aims to reverse recent history vs. Gamecocks

Auburn will have the higher national ranking and South Carolina the higher tournament seeding when the Tigers and Gamecocks meet in the Southeastern Conference tournament quarterfinals on Friday afternoon in Nashville, Tenn.

Add in a tight, 80-77 South Carolina win in the teams' lone regular-season meeting, and the contest should be a pick 'em, right?

Auburn coach Bruce Pearl is unconvinced.

"Frank Martin owns me," Pearl blurted of the South Carolina coach in a television interview minutes after his 22nd-ranked club had eliminated Missouri 81-71 in the tournament's second round Thursday.

Asked again to assess the matchup moments later at his postgame press conference, Pearl repeated, "Frank Martin has my number. Not just my phone number, but my number. What they do defensively bothers us. They extend. Makes it hard to run your stuff. You overplay. They're physical, they're tough."

The Tigers were the tougher team for 39 1/2 minutes in the January meeting at South Carolina, taking a 77-75 lead into the final 30 seconds of the game.

However, Felipe Haase buried a 3-pointer and Chris Silva capped a 32-point, 14-rebound effort with two subsequent free throws to account for the three-point difference.

That win is what allowed the Gamecocks (16-15) to win a tiebreaker over the Tigers (23-9) and gain the No. 4 seeding in the tournament after both finished 11-7 in SEC action.

So instead of having to play a second-round game as the fifth seed, as Auburn did Thursday against Missouri, South Carolina earned a bye to within one win of its first trip to the SEC semifinals since 2006.

Martin had a front-row seat for Auburn's relatively easy dispatching of Missouri, the same team that handed South Carolina its most recent loss on March 2.

"My whole thing was to get a feel," Martin said of his goal in watching the game, insisting he had no rooting interest. "I can tell you this: The feel I took from that game is Auburn is defending at a high, high level right now. Their physicality was impressive to see in person."

The Tigers might have been overly physical in the earlier meeting. They sent Silva to the free-throw line 11 times, and he made 10.

When they weren't fouling him, Silva was basically unstoppable, hitting 11 of his 12 shots. South Carolina outshot Auburn 46.9 percent to 41 percent in the game.

The Friday game matches two teams on winning streaks, with the Tigers having won five straight while the Gamecocks closed out the SEC regular season with a pair of wins.

South Carolina has beaten Auburn in four of their past five meetings, and also has a win in the teams' most recent head-to-head in the SEC tournament, a 74-56 romp at the Georgia Dome in 2014.

The winner will face either top-seeded LSU or eighth-seeded Florida in the semifinals.

Senior guard Bryce Brown, who scored 17 in the January loss to South Carolina, paced the Tigers with 17 against Missouri.

--Field Level Media

Last Updated: 5/20/2019 10:51:07 AM EST

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