We have a 7:10 matchup when the Florida Gators (14: 9) face the Virginia Tech Hokies (15: 6) in the showdown of the 64th round on Friday. This game features two roller coaster teams desperately hoping to start a Cinderella run at the perfect time. This game will turn heads as two well-known schools with huge fan bases battle for the right to progress. Virginia Tech will be particularly rested as this is only the second game since February 27, thanks to COVID-19. The question is, who will favor this more? Let’s continue our NCAA odds streak and make a prediction and selection for Virginia Tech-Florida.
This is arguably the most rested team in the country. However, it’s hard to say if this will be of any benefit to the Hokies. After their little unwanted break before the ACC tournament, Virginia Tech suffered a first-round loss to UNC. As of January 30, Virginia Tech has only played five games, 2-3 SU and 1-4 ATS. This is a tough break and a team that has clearly fallen victim to the effects of COVID. Before this tough stretch, this team played great basketball.
Virginia Tech started the 2021 season with a record of 13-3 SU and 10-6 ATS. Defensively, the Hokies landed in the nation’s top 100 for total points, field goal percentage and rebound. This team is able to take out any team on a specific evening. They’ll never shoot the lights out of the gym, but they’ll choke you on the other end and create enough transition buckets to get away with it victorious. Hokie’s bettors will be looking to the extra energy of the tournament to bring out the better half of this team that we saw in January.
After a devastating loss to Tennessee in the SEC, Florida is looking to bounce back in this matchup . The Gators will play with added motivation as they dedicated this tournament to their leader Keyontae Johnson. Johnson was Florida’s best player of the season. He unfortunately suffers from a devastating heart condition which sidelined him for the remainder of this season after collapsing on the pitch in a previous game. Fortunately for the Gators, Tre Mann has gained an average of 16.0 points per game per year and 23.5 points per game in his last four appearances in his absence.
The Gators will beat you up on the offensive. They finished as the top 100 team in the country in many offensive categories including field goal percentage, 3 point percentage and free throw percentage. A high percentage of shots is what it takes for the team to get away with it as a winner. If Mann can continue his recent triumphs and get this group off to a strong start, the Gators should lead to victory against a lackluster Hokies offensive. The X-Factor for Florida will be the game they get from their second unit.
That line is rightly set to pick’em. You’re better off getting out of a hat than justifying why one of these teams can get away with a W. That’s why I’m down. We know what Virginia Tech is capable of on the defensive, and we know they will lean on it, as they have in the recent past. Seven of the last 10 games for Virginia Tech have ended below the grand total. Seven of the last nine games for the Gators have also ended below the grand total. This game can be sloppy. So if the Hokies can find a way to take out Tre Mann, this game should be rolled out.
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