Final Net Points, etc. - part 4

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(PIP= points in the paint, POP = points outside the paint, which is total points – PIP –free throws made, TREY: points from three point shots, TZ= Twilight Zone, which is POP – TREY, two point jumpers from outside the paint, FBP = fast break points POTO= points off turnovers)

PIP “The Inner Sanctum”
Virginia I 16-26
Colgate 34-8
Seattle 34-26
Cornell 24-14
Bucknell 40-20
Oklahoma St. 16-34
Penn State 20-28
Iowa 26-24
Georgia Tech 24-26
Georgetown 26-22
Oakland 20-30
North Florida 30-10
Niagara 24-32
Notre Dame I 26-26
Virginia Tech I 28-14
Virginia II 12-20
Boston Col I 36-18
Virginia Tech II 34-12
Notre Dame II 36-26
Pittsburgh I 36-28
Clemson 30-32
Duke 38-44
Wake Forest 24-22
NC State 40-26
Florida State 40-24
Louisville 24-30
Georgia Tech 34-34
Pittsburgh II 32-18
No Carolina I 32-38
Boston Col II 28-12
U of Miami 32-20
No Carolina II 34-34
Totals: 798-778 We were 13-6 when we won this stat.
In wins: 536-390 In losses: 262-388
The great Syracuse teams – and anyone’s great teams – are dominant here.

POP (Points Outside the Paint)
Virginia I 15-18
Colgate 29-41
Seattle 31-28
Cornell 36-20
Bucknell 48-13
Oklahoma St. 30-29
Penn State 22-34
Iowa 18-39
Georgia Tech 48-30
Georgetown 48-43
Oakland 39-12
North Florida 34-51
Niagara 33-18
Notre Dame I 51-51
Virginia Tech I 24-38
Virginia II 39-29
Boston Col I 28-28
Virginia Tech II 30-53
Notre Dame II 34-49
Pittsburgh I 17-19
Clemson 26-29
Duke 22-24
Wake Forest 27-30
NC State 13-35
Florida State 23-43
Louisville 29-40
Georgia Tech 28-26
Pittsburgh II 28-20
No Carolina I 24-45
Boston Col II 35-57
U of Miami 21-36
No Carolina II 29-8
Totals: 959-1036 We were 10-3 when we won this stat.
In wins: 593-532 In losses: 366-504
This was supposed to be a great shooting team. When we were, we won. But we had a hard time preventing the other team from shooting.

Trey “The Outer Limits”
Virginia I 15-12
Colgate 21-39
Seattle 27-24
Cornell 30-18
Bucknell 42-9
Oklahoma St. 24-27
Penn State 18-30
Iowa 18-33
Georgia Tech 42-24
Georgetown 42-33
Oakland 33-12
North Florida 30-51
Niagara 27-18
Notre Dame I 45-45
Virginia Tech I 18-30
Virginia II 36-21
Boston Col I 24-18
Virginia Tech II 18-45
Notre Dame II 24-39
Pittsburgh I 15-15
Clemson 24-27
Duke 18-18
Wake Forest 21-18
NC State 9-33
Florida State 21-33
Louisville 21-30
Georgia Tech 15-18
Pittsburgh II 24-18
No Carolina I 18-33
Boston Col II 21-57
U of Miami 15-30
No Carolina II 21-6
Totals: 720-771 We were 10-3 when we won this stat.
In wins: 471-450 In losses: 249-321
If you’d told me in November, (when Joe Girard won the point guard positon), that the opposition was going to hit more three pointers than we did, I’d have been very surprised.

“The Twilight Zone” – between the paint and the three point line
Virginia I 0-6
Colgate 8-2
Seattle 4-4
Cornell 6-2
Bucknell 6-4
Oklahoma St. 6-2
Penn State 4-4
Iowa 0-6
Georgia Tech 6-6
Georgetown 6-10
Oakland 6-0
North Florida 4-0
Niagara 6-0
Notre Dame I 6-6
Virginia Tech I 6-8
Virginia II 3-8
Boston Col I 4-10
Virginia Tech II 12-8
Notre Dame II 10-10
Pittsburgh I 2-4
Clemson 2-2
Duke 4-6
Wake Forest 6-12
NC State 4-2
Florida State 2-10
Louisville 8-10
Georgia Tech 2-2
Pittsburgh II 4-2
No Carolina I 6-12
Boston Col II 14-0
U of Miami 6-6
No Carolina II 8-2
Totals: 165-166 We were 10-2 when we won this stat.
In wins: 111-76 In losses: 54-90
This is an area where we usually dominate. But not this year. You can see from the won-loss record that it matters.

POTO
Virginia I 10-5
Colgate 27-19
Seattle 12-14
Cornell 13-7
Bucknell 37-16
Oklahoma St. 15-21
Penn State 16-11
Iowa 10-14
Georgia Tech 20-21
Georgetown 13-10
Oakland 15-11
North Florida 18-9
Niagara 12-7
Notre Dame I 9-21
Virginia Tech I 8-7
Virginia II 11-18
Boston Col I 13-10
Virginia Tech II 13-3
Notre Dame II 10-16
Pittsburgh I 10-15
Clemson 15-11
Duke 22-13
Wake Forest 19-20
NC State 12-23
Florida State 18-11
Louisville 8-8
Georgia Tech 15-10
Pittsburgh II 16-13
No Carolina I 6-15
Boston Col II 23-16
U of Miami 11-9
No Carolina II 27-4
Totals: 484-408 We were 12-6 when we won this stat.
In wins: 311-229 In losses: 173-179
This was a strong point for us, as it usually is, but it didn’t guarantee victory.

FBP
Virginia I 4-2
Colgate 16-0
Seattle 14-6
Cornell 12-6
Bucknell 28-12
Oklahoma St. 16-35
Penn State 12-19
Iowa 12-5
Georgia Tech 21-10
Georgetown 0-11
Oakland 12-11
North Florida 10-8
Niagara 14-6
Notre Dame I 14-10
Virginia Tech I 1-14
Virginia II 13-15
Boston Col I 24-7
Virginia Tech II 6-2
Notre Dame II 8-3
Pittsburgh I 18-8
Clemson 4-0
Duke 25-22
Wake Forest 11-21
NC State 13-21
Florida State 6-6
Louisville 3-2
Georgia Tech 21-9
Pittsburgh II 16-9
No Carolina I 10-11
Boston Col II 3-2
U of Miami 7-2
No Carolina II 15-2
Totals: 389-296 We were 16-5 when we won this stat.
In wins: 262-137 In losses: 127-159
Even after all these years of getting bogged down in the half court, we are a better team when we are running.

Fast Break Percentage
(FBP/(defensive rebounds + blocks + steals)
Virginia I 5/16 = 31.25% vs. 2/18 = 11.1%
Colgate 16/45 = 35.6% vs. 0/27 = 0.00%
Seattle 14/43 = 35.6% vs. 6/29 = 20.7%
Cornell 12/25 = 48.0% vs. 6/23 = 26.1%
Bucknell 28/59 = 47.5% vs. 12/27 = 44.4%
Oklahoma St. 16/23 = 69.6% vs. 35/25 = 140.0%
Penn State 12/31 = 38.7% vs. 19/44 = 43.2%
Iowa 12/33 = 36.4% vs. 5/36 = 13.9%
Georgia Tech 21/50 = 42.0% vs. 10/27 = 37.0%
Georgetown 0/29 = 00.0% vs. 11/34 = 32.4%
Oakland 12/34 = 35.3% vs. 11/32 = 34.4%
North Florida 10/34 = 29.4% vs. 8/29 = 27.6%
Niagara 14/51 = 27.5% vs. 6/37 = 16.2%
Notre Dame I 14/33 = 42.4% vs. 10/37 = 33.3%
Virginia Tech I 1/32 = 3.1% vs. 14/31 = 45.2%
Virginia II 13/42 = 31.0% vs. 15/40 = 37.5%
Boston Col I 24/45 = 53.3% vs. 7/29 = 24.1%
Virginia Tech II 6/38 = 15.8% vs. 2/28 = 7.1%
Notre Dame II 8/37 = 21.6% vs. 3/30 = 10.0%
Pittsburgh I 18/41 = 43.9% vs. 8/37 = 21.6%
Clemson 4/31 = 12.9% vs. 0/32 = 0.0%
Duke 25/26 = 96.2% vs. 22/40 = 55.0%
Wake Forest 11/41 = 26.8% vs. 21/37 = 56.8%
NC State 13/36 = 36.1% vs. 21/40 = 52.5%
Florida State 6/31 = 19.4% vs. 6/37 = 16.2%
Louisville 3/38 = 7.9% vs. 2/41 = 4.9%
Georgia Tech 21/35 = 63.1% vs. 9/28 = 32.1%
Pittsburgh II 16/45 = 38.6% vs. 9/34 = 26.5%
No Carolina I 10/30 = 33.3% vs. 11/36 = 30.5%
Boston Col II 5/38 = 13.2% vs. 2/26 = 7.7%
U of Miami 7/37 = 18.9% vs. 2/40 = 5.0%
No Carolina II 15/42 = 35.7% vs. 2/29 = 6.9%
Average: 392/1171 = 33.5% vs. 297/1040 = 28.6% We were 16-8 when we won this stat.
In wins: 264/745 = 35.4% vs. 137/549 = 25.0% In losses: 128/426 = 30.0% 160/491 = 32.6
Still true but the different isn’t as great as I imagined it would be.
 

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