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Right now did some looking. Last 2 years and this year so far. Nova has played 8 KP top 50 teams OOC/tourney. Their record in those 8 games? 4-4. With first 3 wins being early 2014 season(Kansas, Iowa, and St Joe's). That's right- last 5 OOC games against top 50 teams, Nova is 1-4. Losses by 16 to Syracuse, 12 to UConn, 3 to NC State, and now 23 to Oklahoma. Only win in that period- VCU.

Just for comparison did same look at Xavier. They're 8-3 now. With the first 3 games in 2014 (win over Tennessee, loss to Iowa, loss to Tennessee)- means X is 7-1 in their last 8 games OOC/tourney vs top 50 teams(only loss to Arizona last year in the tourney).

It's remarkable how mediocre Nova has been OOC. Even if you take it up to top 60- they're still only 6-4 in that group. The 3 ball has taken over their team way too much. 4-32 from 3 last night. You would have thought they would learn from NC State last year.
12-08-2015 11:54 AM
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