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CBB : ATS Matchup
Tuesday 2/20/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore



RUTGERS (13 - 16) at OHIO ST (22 - 7)
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Tuesday, 2/20/2018 7:00 PM
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506OHIO ST-15.5-14.5
RUTGERS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games13-16-0.311-98-1365.029.239.9%39.663.629.740.6%36.7
Road Games0-8-62-63-555.724.435.6%34.173.535.546.9%37.5
Last 5 Games1-4-1.63-22-358.422.837.4%38.865.833.044.0%34.6
Conference Games3-13-5.47-96-1058.024.436.5%35.468.931.944.5%37.5
RUTGERS Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)65.029.224-6139.9%4-1528.9%12-1963.8%401210177124
vs opponents surrendering71.333.626-5943.8%7-2134.1%13-1869.5%35913186133
Team Stats (Road Games)55.724.421-5935.6%3-1523.0%10-1471.4%3498207142
Stats Against (All Games)63.629.723-5640.6%7-2131.6%11-1668.8%37912186155
vs opponents averaging72.534.426-5844.6%8-2234.7%13-1970.4%35914186134
Stats Against (Road Games)73.535.525-5446.9%7-2035.8%16-2172.7%37816165135

OHIO ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games22-7+6.414-137-2075.836.548.4%36.666.730.041.5%31.1
Home Games15-2+0.37-83-1280.039.650.8%36.865.329.141.0%29.9
Last 5 Games3-2+2.82-31-467.830.844.2%35.869.434.244.2%29.8
Conference Games13-3+9.811-55-1173.535.149.0%35.964.930.441.1%29.9
OHIO ST Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)75.836.528-5748.4%7-1935.2%14-1973.0%37915176124
vs opponents surrendering70.733.225-5843.6%7-2135.1%13-1870.8%34813186134
Team Stats (Home Games)80.039.629-5750.8%7-2036.4%15-2074.4%37915166114
Stats Against (All Games)66.730.024-5741.5%8-2334.4%12-1671.1%31712185123
vs opponents averaging75.83627-5945.8%8-2236.2%14-2070.8%36915176134
Stats Against (Home Games)65.329.123-5741.0%8-2433.4%10-1474.5%30711185132
Average power rating of opponents played: RUTGERS 75.8,  OHIO ST 79.9
RUTGERS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/3/2018@ PURDUE51-82L19.5L138U20-6033.3%271126-5349.1%4516
1/10/2018@ MICHIGAN ST72-76L22W135O27-6740.3%401221-5141.2%3613
1/14/2018OHIO ST46-68L6L136U17-5928.8%30527-5846.6%4611
1/21/2018@ MICHIGAN47-62L12L124.5U17-5133.3%331323-5442.6%339
1/27/2018@ PENN ST43-60L9.5L129.5U16-5131.4%271624-5543.6%4216
1/30/2018@ ILLINOIS60-91L6.5L133O19-4542.2%262533-5856.9%2917
2/10/2018@ NEBRASKA55-67L9.5L130U24-6934.8%431025-5545.5%3911
2/17/2018@ MARYLAND51-61L11.5W131U22-5837.9%341223-4650.0%3012
2/20/2018@ OHIO ST              

OHIO ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
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@ MICHIGAN62-74L3.5L131O24-5841.4%401425-5248.1%307
2/23/2018@ INDIANA              
RUTGERS: Last season: 15-18, ties most wins since 2012-13.
Who's gone: C C.J. Gettys, G Nigel Johnson (graduate transfer, Virginia), F Jonathan Laurent, G Khalil Batie, C Ibrahima Diallo.
Who's back: G Corey Sanders. The junior led the Scarlet Knights with team-high 12.8; F Deshawn Freeman. Athletic senior averaged 11.1 points in 33 games; G Mike Williams. The streaky shooting guard averaged 9.4 points. Fs Candido Sa, Issa Thiam, Shaquille Doorson and Eugene Omoruyi all played in 30-plus games last season but were minor contributors.
Who's new: G Soug Mensah. Junior college transfer will provide depth at guard. Freshmen F Mamadou Doucoure and C Myles Johnson give Rutgers big bodies up front. The 6-foot-9 Doucoure averaged 11 points, 14 rebounds and 3.0 blocks as a senior at Our Savior New American School on Long Island. The 6-10 Johnson played at Long Beach (California) Polytechnic High School. He had eight points, 10 rebounds and seven blocks against a nationally-ranked Chino Hills in the playoffs. Freshman G Geo Baker will get playing time.
The Skinny: Rutgers has not been to the NCAA Tournament since 1991, the year Pikiell started his coaching career as an assistant at Connecticut. The Scarlet Knights have been picked to finish last in the conference. Getting more than three conference wins the season would be an improvement. Making the NIT for the first time since 2006 would be a major success.
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.
No. 16 Ohio State looks to end skid on Senior Night

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- It seemed only a matter of time before reality set in and Ohio State fell back to earth after an otherworldly 13-1 start in Big Ten play under first-year coach Chris Holtmann.

The Buckeyes crashed last week, losing back-to-back road games to Penn State and Michigan.

As a result, Ohio State (22-7, 13-3 Big Ten) dropped from No. 8 to No. 16 in the latest Associated Press poll and out of first place in the Big Ten standings.

Ohio State returns to action just two days after a 74-62 loss at No. 17 Michigan on Sunday, playing host to Rutgers (13-16, 3-13) on Tuesday night in its final home game of the regular season.

"Our top priority is to get the win," Ohio State senior forward Jae'Sean Tate said Monday. "We have a sour taste in our mouth losing two back-to-back on the road. We know what it takes, and we've shown that we have what it takes."

Now tied with ninth-ranked Purdue (24-5, 13-3) for second in the conference, Ohio State will need to win its final two games (Rutgers, at Indiana) and hope for a loss by conference-leading and second-ranked Michigan State (Illinois, at Wisconsin) to have a shot at a Big Ten title.

If the Buckeyes can at least hold onto second place and the Boilermakers (at Illinois, home vs. Minnesota) win out, they'd win a tiebreaker for the second seed in the conference tournament next week at Madison Square Garden in New York. The top four seeds receive byes in the first two rounds and won't play until March 2.

"We're still not satisfied where we are," Tate said. "Our whole goal is to get back to where we were a couple of weeks ago and make noise in the Big Ten Tournament."

Three Ohio State seniors -- Tate, Kam Williams and Andrew Dakich -- will play for the final time at Value City Arena against Rutgers. The Buckeyes also will honor leading scorer and rebounder Keita Bates-Diop, a redshirt junior who graduated in December and has one year of eligibility remaining but apparently plans to enter the 2018 NBA Draft.

"To make it a happy senior night, we've got to take care of business," Williams said. "That's job number one. It's been a nice ride and it'd be nice to get a win for my last game at Ohio State."

Tate led Ohio State in the loss at Michigan with game highs of 20 points and 15 rebounds. Bates-Diop checked in with 17 points and seven rebounds, but the Buckeyes' reserves were outscored 26-6 by the Wolverines' bench in addition to allowing 22 points off turnovers.

"The message is to continually tweak and improve the areas we've been exposed in -- challenge our guys to be tougher and be smarter," Holtmann said. "That's what it's about."

Rutgers is trying to escape the Big Ten basement. The Scarlet Knights are tied at the bottom of the standings with Iowa after a 61-51 loss at Maryland on Saturday.

Rutgers guard Corey Sanders was held to six points on 3-for-14 shooting by Maryland after scoring 30 in overtime three days earlier against Northwestern in one of the Scarlet Knights' three Big Ten victories.

"Nothing's easy in this league," Rutgers coach Steve Pikiell said. "This is the best league in the country -- I don't care what anybody says -- from top to bottom the best league. Trying to win on the road in this league is as hard as any league in the country. You gotta keep fighting.

"We gotta continue to work through it. We got three wins right now in the league, that's what we had last season at the end. We got a couple more games to make that a little bit better."

Last Updated: 12/16/2018 9:37:37 PM EST

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