Florida State vs Virginia
Florida State vs Virginia: The Virginia Tech Hokies (16) get a second shot at taking down the Florida State Seminoles (8) today in the 2019 ACC Tournament. It was FSU that narrowly won a little over a week ago. Now it’s an elimination game.
The Florida State Seminoles will be looking for their 13th win of the season when the team travels to John Paul Jones Arena to take on the Virginia Cavaliers. Florida State is 12-1 this season as it beat Winthrop in its last game. Meanwhile, Virginia enters this game with an undefeated 12-0 record after beating Marshall in its last game. Now, both teams will be looking another win this Saturday.
Last season, the Virginia Cavaliers went 31-3 and lost in the first round of the NCAA tournament to UMBC. This season, Virginia has looked as solid as it usually is as the team is still currently undefeated. Not only has the team won all 12 games so far,
but it has won eight of those games in by double digits. In its last game, Virginia destroyed Marshall as its offense scored a whopping 100 points on better than 53% shooting from the floor. With a quality opponent up next, the Cavaliers better bring it again on the offensive end.
The Virginia Cavaliers are led by sophomore guard De’Andre Hunter who was a huge factor on last year’s team. Last season, Hunter was extremely solid as he averaged 9.2 points per game along with 3.5 rebounds off of the bench.
However, he has managed to excel this season as he is currently second on the team in scoring with 14.5 points per game on an absurd 53.6% shooting from the floor. As one of the best player on this year’s team, he better be at his best if Virginia plans on covering this spread.
The Florida State Seminoles are led by senior guard Terance Mann who was a huge factor on last year’s team. Last season, Mann was extremely solid as he averaged 12.6 points per game along with 5.4 rebounds. However,
he has managed to excel this season as he is currently leading the team in scoring with 13.1 points per game on an absurd 55.8% shooting from the floor. As one of the best player on this year’s team, he better be at his best if Florida State plans on covering this spread.