Friday, February 26, 2016

The Road to Asheville (Feb. 27, 2016)

Four games are on the final Saturday schedule.

The Citadel (10-20, 3-14 Southern)  at  VMI (8-19, 3-13 Southern)    1 pm   ESPN3
In Saturday's first game of the day, it's number 10 visiting number 9, as the Bulldogs travel to Lexington to meet the Keydets. The Bulldogs are 3-12 on the road and are in a 8 game slide, while the Keydets are coming off a win over Mercer and have won 2 of their last 4 games. The Bulldogs won the first game in Charleston, but will lose by 7 to the Keydets in Cameron Hall.

Furman (17-13, 11-6 Southern)  at  Western Carolina (14-16, 9-8 Southern)   2 pm   SDN
In the battle for purple supremacy, the Paladins travel up the mountain to meet the Catamounts in Saturday's second game. Furman is 3-11 in away games this season and come to Cullowhee after two road losses. The Catamounts are 11-2 in the Ramsey Center this season, and are winners in 6 of their last seven game. Furman beat the Cats by two points in Greenville earlier this season, but the Cats win on Senior Day by 5 points.

Wofford (15-15, 11-6 Southern)  at  ETSU (20-10, 13-4 Southern)   4 pm   ESPN3
Saturday's third game of the day, has the Terriers traveling to Johnson City to play the Bucs in Freedom Hall. Wofford is 4-13 on the road this year and has lost two of their last three games. ETSU is 12-2 at home and  comes into the game on a four game winning streak. The Terriers won big in Spartanburg this year, but look for the Bucs to win by 10 at home. The Mocs are 12-1 on their home court

Samford (13-17, 4-13 Southern) at  Chattanooga (24-5, 13-3 Southern)    5 pm    ESPN3
In the final game of the day, the Bulldogs travel to Chattanooga to play the Mocs in the Roundhouse. Samford is 5-10 in road games this season, and is coming off a win over VMI in Birmingham that broke a three game skid for the dogs. The Mocs are 12-1 at home this season, and but are coming off their first home loss of the season, to UNCG. Chattanooga won the first game in Birmingham, and win by 15 at home.

This is how we see them, what about you?

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