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Fordham vs. Florida State (Montego Bay) - 11/17/17

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« on: November 14, 2017, 12:54:40 pm »

So you're saying there's a chance?!

I think so.  Georgia Tech was one of the best D teams last year (Kenpom #6) and held them to .324 eFG%.  And that was a better FSU team (#31 O and D). Now, we were #82.  And held Rhode Island (#57 O, # 30 D) to .321 eFG%.     

Georgia tech beat them on the boards last year.  So did Temple, which surprisingly won by just out-shooting them.  Syracuse was not a good defensive team last year (per Kenpom worse than Fordam, at #119), but they likewise put a hurting on FSU's offense, in what was a back to back pair of losses with the georgia tech loss.

We'll need Prokop to turn into Ben Lammers, Georgia tech's shot-blocking center.  And yeah, not foul out.  Another thing FSU does is foul a lot.  They have a lot of bodies and thus fouls to give, but Temple also beat them at the line last year.

We'll need Slanina and Raut making 3s and roaming outside to draw their bigs away from the rim.  Not sure how many layups we will get anyway.

JC doing his thing, Hicks and Evans hawking their guards like crazy.  Even if not as many TOs (and they are prone), not letting them get into sets and pounding us down low.  Watch their 3 point shooters, although they will get theirs.

Tavares can run with these guys.  Hopefully Chuba shows up, and good JC.

But no kidding, it would take a full game of peak play and them being off to do it. 
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