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CBB : ATS Matchup
Sunday 2/18/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore




OHIO ST (22 - 6) at MICHIGAN (21 - 7)
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OHIO ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games22-6+7.414-126-2076.336.848.6%36.566.529.941.3%31.1
Road Games7-4+7.17-43-870.632.545.2%36.068.331.241.6%33.1
Last 5 Games4-1+4.83-20-569.632.847.0%35.665.832.241.9%29.0
Conference Games13-2+10.811-44-1174.335.649.6%35.764.330.340.7%29.9
OHIO ST Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)76.336.828-5748.6%7-1935.0%14-1973.9%36815176124
vs opponents surrendering7133.326-5943.6%7-2135.1%13-1870.8%34813196134
Team Stats (Road Games)70.632.526-5745.2%6-1832.7%13-1873.0%36814196133
Stats Against (All Games)66.529.923-5741.3%8-2334.4%11-1671.1%31712185133
vs opponents averaging75.93627-5945.8%8-2236.1%14-2071.1%36915176134
Stats Against (Road Games)68.331.224-5741.6%8-2235.9%13-2067.4%33813185124

MICHIGAN - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games21-7+6.516-1111-1674.034.747.2%33.063.528.843.9%31.6
Home Games14-1+78-64-1074.132.147.4%33.658.326.941.2%31.9
Last 5 Games4-1+2.83-22-368.633.244.5%32.862.425.644.2%31.6
Conference Games10-5+6.29-66-969.932.845.0%31.666.329.946.5%31.1
MICHIGAN Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)74.034.727-5847.2%9-2536.5%10-1664.6%3381515693
vs opponents surrendering72.233.926-5943.9%8-2235.1%12-1870.2%35914186133
Team Stats (Home Games)74.132.128-5847.4%10-2736.4%9-1560.3%3471613793
Stats Against (All Games)63.528.823-5343.9%6-1635.3%11-1671.9%32611174133
vs opponents averaging74.835.327-5945.1%8-2235.4%14-1971.5%36915176134
Stats Against (Home Games)58.326.922-5441.2%5-1534.5%9-1269.9%3269174142
Average power rating of opponents played: OHIO ST 79.5,  MICHIGAN 77
OHIO ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/30/2017MIAMI OHIO72-59W-23L140U23-5541.8%361122-6036.7%3814
1/4/2018@ IOWA92-81W-1W151O35-6653.0%38929-6842.6%4011
1/7/2018MICHIGAN ST80-64W6W144.5U31-5952.5%33623-5939.0%3812
1/14/2018@ RUTGERS68-46W-6W136U27-5846.6%461117-5928.8%305
1/17/2018@ NORTHWESTERN71-65W-3.5W138U26-5547.3%381226-5844.8%2510
1/25/2018PENN ST79-82L-10L139.5O28-5056.0%251128-4858.3%2110
2/7/2018@ PURDUE64-63W10W146.5U24-5742.1%31820-4742.6%3012
2/15/2018@ PENN ST56-79L1.5L137.5U21-5438.9%301026-5448.1%3811
2/18/2018@ MICHIGAN              
2/23/2018@ INDIANA              

MICHIGAN - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/2/2018@ IOWA75-68W-2.5W142.5O28-5749.1%301025-5248.1%3113
1/13/2018@ MICHIGAN ST82-72W9.5W136O24-5742.1%31721-4546.7%3218
1/18/2018@ NEBRASKA52-72L-5L135U21-5637.5%321226-4755.3%299
1/25/2018@ PURDUE88-92L11W136O35-5860.3%251131-5062.0%2110
2/6/2018@ NORTHWESTERN52-61L-1.5L128U17-4438.6%27920-5040.0%326
2/11/2018@ WISCONSIN83-72W-4W124.5O28-5056.0%33827-5549.1%238
2/18/2018OHIO ST              
2/21/2018@ PENN ST              
2/24/2018@ MARYLAND              
OHIO ST: Last season: 28-7. Lost in the Sweet 16 round of NCAA Tournament.
Who's gone: F Shayla Cooper, F Tori McCoy, G Kiara Lewis. McCoy and Lewis transferred out of the program.
Who's back: G Kelsey Mitchell, one of the best players ever at Ohio State, averaged 22.6 points per game last season; F Stephanie Mavunga, a 6-foot-3 post player who had her season shortened by injury; G Sierra Calhoun (9.5 ppg); G Linnae Harper (8.4 ppg); G Asia Doss (5.7 ppg); F Alexa Hart (4 points, 4.8 rebounds); F Makala Waterman (3.3 points, 3 rebounds).
Who's new: A pair of walk-ons ' F Savitha Jayaraman; G Karlie Cronin, a transfer from SMU who played for the Ohio State lacrosse team last season.
The Skinny: Laden with seniors, the Buckeyes have most of last year's contributors back. Most important are Mitchell and Mavunga, the leading rebounder who was lost for the season to an injured foot in February. After being eliminated from the NCAA Tournament in the Sweet 16 the past two seasons, there is a sense of urgency. The window on Ohio State's best chance to win its first national championship could be closing.
MICHIGAN: Last season: 26-12, won Big Ten Tournament and reached NCAA Sweet 16.
Who's gone: G Derrick Walton, F D.J. Wilson, G-F Zak Irvin, F Mark Donnal.
Who's back: F Moe Wagner. After considering jump to NBA, Wagner is back at Michigan as team's top returning player; G Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman. Enters senior season with plenty of experience after starting 37 games in 2016-17; G-F Duncan Robinson. Shot 44 percent from 3-point range in first two seasons at Michigan. G Zavier Simpson. Averaged 8.7 minutes a game as freshman last season, backing up Walton.
Who's new: G Jaaron Simmons. Graduate transfer from Ohio averaged 17.2 points last season for one of top teams in Mid-American Conference; G Charles Matthews. Kentucky transfer now eligible after sitting out last season, could give Michigan some athleticism on wing. G Eli Brooks. Averaged 29.7 points as high school senior in 2016-17.
The Skinny: Michigan has a lot to replace, but Simmons and Matthews already have Division I experience, so the transition may not be too bumpy for Beilein's team. Losing Wilson to the NBA was a blow, but Wagner's return means the Wolverines are still a team to watch in the Big Ten. Their early schedule is an intriguing one with trips to North Carolina and Texas and a home game against UCLA.
No. 8 Ohio State visits No. 22 Michigan

Ohio State and Michigan will play a big game late in the season with Big Ten title implications at stake.

But no, the calendar hasn't fast-forwarded already to November and football season.

It is still mid-February, but it will be the basketball programs at each school that will take center stage for a much-anticipated contest when the No. 8 Buckeyes visit Ann Arbor for a 1 p.m. tip against No. 22 Michigan on Sunday.

Ohio State (22-6, 13-2 Big Ten) is just a half-game behind No. 2 Michigan State in the conference standings, but the Buckeyes limp in a bit following a 79-56 loss at Penn State on Thursday.

Both of Ohio State's league losses have come to Penn State.

Big Ten Player of the Year favorite Keita Bates-Diop (19.6 points per game) was held to just 10 points in a game the Buckeyes want to forget, but opportunity is still knocking for the team.

After Sunday, Ohio State's last two games of the regular season will be at home against Rutgers and on the road against Indiana, two games the Buckeyes will be heavily favored to win.

With that in mind, beating its nemesis on the road appears to be the biggest hurdle left to clear for Ohio State in the pursuit of at least a share of a conference title.

"I think everybody understands our margin for errors," Ohio State coach Chris Holtmann said after the Penn State loss. "Pretty small. If they don't, they realize it now."

Michigan (21-7, 10-5) is pretty much out of contention for a regular-season conference title, but there still will be plenty of motivation for the Wolverines for a variety of reasons.

One, it will be the last home game of the season in front of a sold-out crowd, and Michigan wants to send the senior class of Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman, Duncan Robinson, Jaaron Simmons and Austin Hatch out with a win in their last home game.

It could also be the last home game for junior Moritz Wagner, who could declare for the NBA Draft following the season.

Two, the Wolverines would like nothing better than to ruin the conference title aspirations of one of their archrivals.

Three, Michigan still is playing to enhance its seeding for the upcoming Big Ten and NCAA tournaments.

Michigan is one game behind Nebraska for fourth place in the league standings, an important benchmark since the top four teams earn double-byes for the conference tournament.

Finally, Michigan wants to avenge a December loss at Ohio State that saw the Wolverines blow a 20-point lead in the first half and lose 71-62.

"Given their record and what they've done, we don't look back and say we blew that one," Michigan coach John Beilein said. "We didn't blow it. They were really good in the second half."

After Ohio State, Michigan finishes the regular season with road games at surging Penn State and at Maryland.

Last Updated: 12/15/2018 10:27:25 PM EST

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