North Florida Ospreys vs Washington Huskies Prediction, 11/11/2022 College Basketball Picks, Best Bets & Odds
Game: North Florida Ospreys vs Washington Huskies
Date: Friday, November 11, 2022
Location: Alaska Airlines Arena in Seattle, WA
TV: Hulu Live TV
The North Florida Ospreys (0-1) are headed to Alaska Airlines Arena on Friday where they will take on the Washington Huskies (1-0).
The North Florida Ospreys played Gonzaga and took a loss by a score of 104-63 in their last game. In regard to personal fouls, the Ospreys ended up with 19 and Gonzaga accumulated 26 personal fouls. They also converted 5 out of their 12 attempts from beyond the perimeter. Gonzaga finished 81.3% at the charity stripe by burying 13 of their 16 tries. Additionally, Gonzaga grabbed 37 boards (7 offensive, 30 defensive), but didn't notch a block. Gonzaga recorded 22 dimes and had 15 steals in the matchup. Concerning defense, North Florida allowed 64.2% from the floor on 43 out of 67 shooting. They also doled out 13 assists in this matchup in addition to forcing 13 turnovers and earning 7 steals. In reference to rebounding, they earned 26 with 9 of them being of the offensive variety. When they shot from the free throw line, the Ospreys knocked down 13 of 22 tries for a percentage of 59.1%. North Florida walked away from the game having earned a 35.6% FG percentage (21 out of 59) and knocked down 8 out of their 30 shots from distance.
Jadyn Parker is one player who played a role in this game. He notched 13 points on 6 out of 8 shooting. He was on the hardwood for 23 mins played and also pulled down 5 boards. He ended up going 75.0% from the field and dished out 1 assist.
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North Florida heads into this one with a mark of 0-1 this season. They turn it over 22.0 times per contest and as a squad are committing 19.0 personal fouls per game. As a unit, North Florida is pulling in 30.0 boards per game and has tallied 13 assists on the year, which ranks 153rd in D-1 in terms of passing. The Ospreys are shooting 26.7% on 3-pointers (8 of 30) and 59.1% from the free throw line. They currently have an average of 63.0 points per contest (226th in Division 1) while going 35.6% from the field.
When they are on the defensive end, the Ospreys are able to force 14.0 turnovers per game and they draw 26.0 fouls. They are giving up 38.5% on shots from beyond the arc and they are ranked 356th in D-1 in PPG allowed (104.0). The Ospreys defensively are allowing a field goal percentage of 63.2% (43 of 68) and they concede 41.0 rebounds per contest as a squad. They rank 347th in the country in giving up assists to their opponents with 22 surrendered on the season.
The last time they took the court, the Washington Huskies took home the win by a final score of 69-52 when they played Weber State. The Huskies were able to snag 25 defensive boards and 10 offensive boards totaling 35 for the contest. They also turned it over 15 times, while earning 6 steals for the contest. Weber State earned 21 personal fouls for the contest which took the Huskies to the charity stripe for a total of 23 tries. They were able to bury 15 of the free throw tries for a clip of 65.2%. When talking about shots from 3-point land, Washington made 6 of 19 tries (31.6%). When the final whistle blew, the Huskies finished shooting 24 out of 51 from the floor which had them shooting 47.1%. The Huskies allowed Weber State to bury 16 of 45 attempts from the floor which gave them a rate of 35.6% for this contest. They went 17.4% from beyond the perimeter via 4 out of 23 and finished the game at 16 of 19 at the charity stripe (84.2%). With respect to how they rebounded, Washington allowed Weber State to pull down 23 in total (5 on the offensive side).
Keion Brooks ended up being a factor for the Huskies for the matchup. He earned 20 points in his 38 mins of playing time, but wrapped up this contest with no dimes. He converted 6 out of 15 for the matchup giving him a rate of 40.0%, and tallied 7 rebounds.
Washington has a mark of 1-0 for the campaign. The Huskies have committed 19.0 personal fouls every game and they connect on 65.2% from the free throw line. They are assisting teammates 6.0 times per contest (293rd in the nation) and they are giving up possession 15.0 times per game. Washington has totaled 69 pts for the season and they collect 35.0 boards per game. When it comes to offensive execution, the Huskies are shooting 47.1% from the floor, which is ranked 110th in the country.
The Washington defense gives up 17.4% on shots from distance (4 of 23) and opponents are connecting on 84.2% of their shots from the free throw line. They surrender 8.0 dimes and 24.0 boards on a nightly basis, which has them ranked 129th and 64th in those defensive categories. The Huskies on defense are ranked 95th in college hoops in points allowed per game with 52.0. They have forced 18.0 TO's per game and have let teams shoot 35.6% from the field (135th in the nation).
Who will win tonight's NCAA basketball game against the spread?
Josh Schonwald's Pick: Take North Florida
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