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Some Stats To Consider

Opponents FG Percentage
Princeton .422   Louisville .366
Villanova .621 Illinois .405
Texas .394 Dayton .407
Temple .379 Wisconsin .379
Army .293 Michigan .351
Illinois .463 GW .351
Temple .414 Stony Brook .362
Davidson .333 Penn .491
Michigan .429 UMBC .444
Portland .563 Norfolk St .475
Stanford .515 Chi. State .404
NC A&T .433 UMES .411
FSU .473 Clemson .455
Clemson .352 GT .491
NCSU .397 UNC .477
UVa .268 FSU .313
BC .384 Wake .442
GT .344 NCSU .344
Wake .463    

Some interesting statistics for the upcoming Duke-Maryland game:

  • Duke's Top 25 opponents so far: 25, 8, 15, 3, 9, 25, 8
  • Margins of victory/defeat: +2 (Temple), +1 (Illinois), +25 (Temple II), -1
    (Stanford), +42 (UVa), +22 (BC) +23 (Wake Forest). That averages out to a
    victory margin of 23.5
  • Maryland's Top 25 opponents so far: 8, 23, 11, 8
  • Margins of victory/defeat: -10 (Illinois), -3 (Wisconsin), -3 (UNC), +10
    (Wake Forest). That averages out to a victory margin of 0.
  • Maryland leads the conference in blocks with 6.78 per game. Duke is 5th
    with 4.84
  • Duke is averaging 11.05 steals per game; Maryland 10.11
  • Duke forces 20.6 for a +6.32 margin; Maryland gets 18.8 for a +4.83
  • Maryland gets 16.06 offensive boards per game; Duke gets 14.21
  • Duke averages 10.58 3's per game; Maryland averages 6.00
  • Duke is hitting .508 overall from the floor and .416 from behind the 3
    line; Maryland is hitting .487 and .400