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Saturday Hoops & Hockey

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FREE PICK SATURDAY: #626 West Virginia -4 over Florida 1:00 PM CT

Florida will be an easy team to root for this season as the team has rallied after the scary situation with Keyontae Johnson’s health. With three straight wins the Gators are now 6-3 in SEC play but only the home win over Tennessee stands out and the Volunteers are clearly sliding from their hot start to the season. Florida has faced the 13th rated SEC schedule and now leaves conference play for a very difficult road test. West Virginia is only 4-3 in the Big XII but the three losses have been vs. top 20 caliber squads with two of those games on the road. The only home loss all season came by two points to Texas in a wild finish of a game the Mountaineers led most of the second half. Bob Huggins is leading a team that likely can wind up as a top 30 offensive and defensive efficiency team by season’s end and this is as usual a team with great numbers in the rebounding and turnover departments. Florida has been a strong outside shooting team but this isn’t a group that takes a high volume of 3-point shots and the current lineup is young and small as handling this as handling the furthest road venue of the season so far will be a challenge. Three of Florida’s four losses have come by double-digits and against top 15 caliber teams the Gators are 0-2 with losses by 12 and 15. Despite one of the most favorite schedules in the SEC Florida grades as the 10th best defense in the conference and Michael White’s team has lost the past two years in this annual contest with the Big XII.