Inside the Game: Davidson at The Citadel

  • Posted: Sunday, February 16, 2014 5:15 p.m.

WHEN: 7:05 p.m. Monday. WHERE: McAlister Field House

RECORDS: Davidson 15-11, 11-1 SoCon; The Citadel 4-23, 0-12.

RADIO: 1450-AM

NOTES: The Citadel will try to avoid tying the school record for consecutive losses in a single season, which stands at 16 by the 1952-53 team ... This is a make-up game from last Wednesday, when Davidson's trip to The Citadel was postponed by a winter storm ... The Bulldogs lost their 15th straight game by 76-67 at Furman on Saturday ... G Ashton Moore scored 22 points to lead The Citadel in that game ... Davidson has won eight straight, including a 62-43 win over The Citadel on Feb. 1 ... F De'Mon Brooks hit 9 of 10 shots and scored 23 points in that game ... Davidson's most recent win was by 88-73 over Georgia Southern on Saturday behind 25 points from G Brian Sullivan ... The Wildcats are in their 25th season under coach Bob McKillop and leave the SoCon for the Atlantic 10 next season ... At kenpom.com, Davidson's best win this season was by 94-82 over No. 98 Georgia ... Davidson is one of the most efficient offensive teams in the country, ranking in the top 65 in points per possession (1.112, No. 56), 3-point percentage (37.1%, No. 63) and 2-point percentage (53%, No. 26) ... Brooks averages 18.2 ppg and 6.8 rpg, and Sullivan is at 13.1 ppg ... kenpom.com predicts an 82-67 win for No. 145 Davidson over No. 350 The Citadel.

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