University of Mississippi Rebels
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#647 Seattle
vs. #648 Ole Miss

Tuesday, November 19, 2019 at 7:30pm EST
Vaught-Hemmingway Stadium, University
Written by Nick Raffoul
The Seattle Redhawks will head on the road to The Pavilion at Ole Miss in Oxford, Mississippi on Tuesday evening as they prepare for a non-conference showdown against the Mississippi Rebels.  The Redhawks will be gearing up for their third quality opponent and second straight Tier-A contest. Seattle comes into Tuesday’s matchup with a 2-3 overall record but they’ve yet to beat a D-I team through the first two weeks of the regular season. Meanwhile, Mississippi continues to flash improvement in the second year of Kermit Davis Jr.’s tenure as head coach. Can the Rebels remain undefeated at home against the Redhawks on Tuesday night?

Seattle still looking for first win vs. D-I opponent

Seattle was unable to earn their first quality win of the season on Saturday, losing on the road to Syracuse 89-67 to fall to 2-3 on the year. Junior guard Terrell Brown scored a team-high 23 points while Delante Jones chipped in 12 points in a losing effort for Seattle. The Redhawks trailed by as many as 23 points in the first half and shot just 36.5 percent from the field, including only 8-for-25 from beyond the arc in the loss.  https://twitter.com/AWProductions1_/status/1104205566140854273 Jim Hayford’s squad enters Tuesday’s road game ranked No. 186 in the latest KenPom rankings. Seattle comes into the week scoring 96.1 points per 100 possessions (224th in the NCAA), thanks in part to some poor shooting from the field. Through five games, the Redhawks own an effective field goal percentage of 39.5 percent (332nd in the NCAA). Seattle has shot just 42.3 percent from inside the arc (297th in the NCAA) and 21.8 percent from 3-point range (339th in the NCAA) so far this season. However, they have done a good job of taking care of the basketball, turning the ball over on only 15.7 percent of their offensive possessions (44th in the NCAA). On defense, Seattle has surrendered 98.1 points per 100 possessions (152nd in the NCAA). Opposing teams have been able to get nearly whatever they’ve wanted at the rim against the Redhawks’ defense. Seattle has allowed its opponents to shoot 57.1 percent from inside the arc (309th in the NCAA) so far this year. 
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