Friday, February 19, 2016

The Road to Asheville (Feb. 20, 2016)

There's a full five games on the schedule for Saturday

Western Carolina (12-16, 7-8 SoCon)  at  The Citadel (10-18, 3-12 SoCon)   1 pm   ESPN3
The Catamounts travel to the South Carolina low country to meet the Bulldogs on Saturday, hoping to extend their road wins to three.  The Cats are 2-14 on the road this season, but are winners of three of their last four games. The Bulldogs are 5-7 at McAlister Field House this season, but are on a five game skid coming into this game. The Cats are looking to avenge a one point loss in Cullowhee (91-92) to the Bulldogs, The Cats win by 5.

VMI (7-18, 2-12 SoCon)  at  Samford (12-16, 3-12 SoCon)   3 pm   ESPN3
The Keydets travel to Birmingham on Saturday to play the Bulldogs in Hanna Center. The last place Keydets are 1-13 on the road and are coming off a road loss to Chattanooga. The Bulldogs are 5-6 on their home court, but come into the game with a three game losing streak. Samford lost to the Keydets in Lexington by 7 points, but the Bulldogs win by 10 points at home.

ETSU (18-10, 11-4 SoCon)  at  Mercer (18-10, 8-7 SoCon)   4:30 pm   ESPN3  
The Bucs travel to Macon to meet the Bears in Hawkins Arena on Saturday. ETSU is 7-8 on the road this season, and are on a two game winning streak coming into this game, while the Bears are 11-2 on their home court, but have lost their last four games.  The Bucs won in Johnson City by two points, but lose in Macon, as the Bears win my 3 points.

UNCG (11-17, 7-8 SoCon) Chattanooga (24-4, 13-2 SoCon)   5 pm     SDN
The Spartans travel to Chattanooga to play the Mocs in McKenzie Arena. UNCG is 2-13 on the road this season, but is coming off a two game win streak coming into this game. The Mocs are the only conference team that remains perfect at home, 12-0.  The Mocs remain perfect at home with a 15 point win over the Spartans.

Furman (17-11, 11-4 SoCon) Wofford (14-14, 10-5 SoCon)   7 pm    SDN
The Paladins travel north on I-85 to Spartanburg, to play the the Terriers at the Benjamin Johnson Arena. Furman is only 4-9 on the road this season, but they are 8-1 in their last nine games. The Terriers are 10-2 in the BenJo this season, and is coming off a 4 point loss to UNCG. The Terriers dropped a one point loss to the Paladins in Timmons Arena, but the Terriers win by 5 at home.

That's how we see them, what do you think?

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