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God...I just realized something (forgive me if someone else pointed this out)...
We have to listen to Bobby K all...knight....long...
Even if we win by 200, this game is going to be hard to watch.
Welcome the new generation of domination.
Wiltjer is absolutely killing us!!! Can't guard anybody and can't make a layup.
UK scored its 35 points on 34 possessions for the half, and VANDERBILT scored its 24 points on 34 possessions. Vanderbilt used their dominance on the offensive glass to win the battle of the boards in the first half 21-16. Vanderbilt won the offensive glass 12-3, and that advantage translated into a 6-2 advantage for Vandy in second chance points. VANDERBILT had an offensive efficiency of 0.529 ppp on its 34 first chance possessions and 0.500 ppp for its 12 second chance possession. UK had 0.971 ppp on its 34 first chance possessions and 0.667 ppp on its 3 second chance possessions. With respect to the offensive rebounding, UK grabbed a low 25.0% of its misses as offensive rebounds while VANDERBILT was able to convert 40.0% of its misses into bonus possessions with offensive rebounds.
UK hit poorly from the free throw line in this half, making 4 of 7 attempts (57.1%). VANDERBILT finished 2-2 [100.0%] for the half. Field goal shooting for UK was 15-26 overall [57.7%] but only 1-8 from long range [12.5%]. For VANDERBILT, their field goal shooting from inside the arc was a weak 8-23 [34.8%] and from long range, VANDERBILT hit 2-13 [15.4%].
The Cats committed 8 turnovers, one for every 4.3 possessions. The Cats forced 9 VANDERBILT turnovers, one for every 3.8 possessions.
You can use this link to open the Prediction Summary Table from Page 2
eating crow like crazy...
UK scored its 60 points in 67 possessions [0.90 ppp] for the game, and VANDERBILT scored its 58 points on 67 possessions [0.87 ppp].
Vanderbilt won the boards, with a rebounding edge 42-38, and Vanderbilt won the offensive glass with a 20-9 offensive rebounding advantage. VANDERBILT converted its 20 second chance possessions into 14 second chance points while Kentucky converted their 9 second chance possessions to score 9 second chance points. VANDERBILT had an offensive efficiency of 0.657 ppp on its 67 first chance possessions and 0.700 ppp for its 20 second chance possessions. UK had 0.761 ppp on its 67 first chance possessions and 1.000 ppp on its 9 second chance possessions. With respect to the offensive rebounding, UK grabbed 29.0% of its misses as offensive rebounds while VANDERBILT was able to convert 40.8% of its misses into bonus possessions with offensive rebounds.
UK hit poorly from the free throw line in this game, making 9-15[60.0%]. VANDERBILT made 4-8 [50.0%] for the game. Field goal shooting for UK was 24-53 overall [45.3%] and 3-17 from long range [17.6%]. For VANDERBILT, their field goal shooting from inside the arc was a weak 15-40[37.5%] and from long range, VANDERBILT hit 8-30 [26.7%].
The Cats who committed 16 turnovers, one for every 4.2 possessions. The Cats forced 13 VANDERBILT turnovers, one for every 5.2 possessions.
Prior to the game, the NGE analysis predicted a 10 point UK win, 70-60 at a pace of 67 possessions for UK and 67 possessions for Vanderbilt. The final score was 60 (70) to 58 (60) at a pace of 67 possessions for the Cats and 67 possessions for VANDERBILT. The UK offensive efficiency for the game was 0.896 ppp (1.045 ppp) and the UK defensive efficiency was 0.866 ppp (0.896 ppp).
Next Game On Schedule: January 12, 2013 against Texas A&M at Rupp.
The Standings Have been updated through 14 games.
Professor, it appears you left my prediction out of this latest chart...
UK - 84
VU - 70
Not that it's anything to brag about... just wanted to let you know.
For each game, there are two tables, the one I create as the predictions come in, and the one that I save after the game, which is distinquished as "FINAL" on it. If a prediction comes in late, and I don't see it until game time, I will add it to the table, but only save it in the final version. That is what happened to yours.
The links I put in the post is a link only to the table, and the link I add at the bottom using the Links tool is opens a webpage. The webpage presents all the information about a single game.
I think that provides a much better overview of the system than just the tables.
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