Inside The Numbers: South Carolina Gamecocks

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Various Records

  • Kentucky’s overall record vs. South Carolina: 46-10 (.821) (7-3 in the last 10 meetings)
  • Kentucky’s record vs. South Carolina in Lexington: 24-2 (.923) (9-1 in the last 10 meetings)
  • Kentucky’s record vs. South Carolina at Rupp Arena: 21-2 (.913)
  • Kentucky’s record vs. South Carolina when South Carolina is unranked in the AP Poll: 39-7 (.848) (7-3 in the last 10 meetings)
  • Kentucky’s record vs. South Carolina at Rupp Arena when South Carolina is unranked in the AP Poll: 19-1 (.950) (9-1 in the last 10 meetings)
  • Kentucky’s record vs. South Carolina when Kentucky is unranked in the AP Poll: 7-2 (.778)
  • Kentucky’s record vs. South Carolina at Rupp Arena when Kentucky is unranked in the AP Poll: 3-0 (1.000)
  • Kentucky’s record vs. South Carolina when both Kentucky and South Carolina are unranked in the AP Poll: 7-2 (.778)
  • Kentucky’s record playing in the month of February: 638-203 (.759) (9-1 in the last 10 meetings)
  • Kentucky’s record playing South Carolina in the month of February: 17-4 (.810) (8-2 in the last 10 meetings)
  • Kentucky’s record playing on February 5th: 16-10 (.615) (7-3 in the last 10 meetings)
  • Kentucky’s record playing South Carolina on February 5th: 1-0 (1.000)
  • Kentucky’s record vs. schools coached by Frank Martin: 1-0 (1.000)
  • Kentucky’s record vs. schools located in the state of South Carolina: 64-14 (.821) (7-3 in the last 10 meetings)
  • Kentucky’s longest win streak against South Carolina: 12 games (1/13/1998 to 2/2/2002)
  • Kentucky’s longest losing streak against South Carolina: 3 games (1/31/2009 to 1/26/2010)
  • Kentucky’s most points scored against South Carolina: 126 (12/10/1979)
  • South Carolina’s most points scored against Kentucky: 89 (2/7/2007)
  • Kentucky’s fewest points scored against South Carolina: 38 (2/2/1933)
  • South Carolina’s fewest points scored against Kentucky: 25 (12/22/1941)
  • Kentucky’s largest margin of victory against South Carolina: 45 points (12/10/1979)
  • Kentucky’s smallest margin of victory against South Carolina: 1 point (2/7/2004, 1/12/2002)
  • South Carolina’s largest margin of victory against Kentucky: 18 points (2/25/2009)
  • South Carolina’s smallest margin of victory against Kentucky: 1 point (1/31/2009, 3/5/1994)
  • Kentucky’s most points scored in a loss against South Carolina: 79 (2/4/1997)
  • Kentucky’s fewest points scored in a win against South Carolina: 44 (1/10/1933)
  • South Carolina’s most points scored in a loss against Kentucky: 89 (2/7/2007)
  • South Carolina’s fewest points scored in a win against Kentucky: 44 (2/2/1933)
  • Most combined points scored in a Kentucky/South Carolina game: 207 (12/10/1979)
  • Fewest combined points scored in a Kentucky/South Carolina game: 80 (1/10/1933)
  • Smallest crowd ever at Rupp Arena for a Kentucky/South Carolina game: 21,232 (1/10/2001)
  • Largest crowd ever at Rupp Arena for  a Kentucky/South Carolina game: 24,355 (2/25/2010)

Kyle Wiltjer

  • 10 points vs. Texas A&M
  • 449 career points (153rd most in school history)
  • needs 10 points to tie Chris Mills and Ed Beck for 151st most in school history
  • 1 made 3-point field-goal vs. Texas A&M
  • 80 career made 3-point field-goals (28th most in school history)
  • needs 1 made 3-point field-goal to tie Cameron Mills for 27th most in school history

Nerlens Noel

  • 2 blocks vs. Texas A&M
  • 96 blocks this season
  • Anthony Davis blocks through 21 games of the 2011-2012 season: 98
  • 1 steal vs. Texas A&M
  • 48 steals this season
  • Rajon Rondo steals through 21 games of the 2004-2005 season: 53

Team Rankings

RPI

  • Kentucky: 46th
  • Kentucky’s Strength Of Schedule: 58th
  • South Carolina: 199th
  • South Carolina’s Strength Of Schedule: 231st

Sagarin Ratings

  • Kentucky: 17th
  • Kentucky’s Strength Of Schedule: 56th
  • South Carolina: 155th
  • South Carolina’s Strength Of Schedule: 227th

Pomeroy Ratings

  • Kentucky: 19th
  • Kentucky’s Strength Of Schedule: 72nd
  • Kentucky’s Non-Conference Strength Of Schedule: 171st
  • South Carolina: 198th
  • South Carolina’s Strength Of Schedule: 266th
  • South Carolina’s Non-Conference Strength Of Schedule: 345th

Team-By-Team Statistical Comparison (Ranking Out Of 347 Division I Teams)

  • Field-Goal Percentage: Kentucky – 48.6% (13th) South Carolina – 43.5% (159th)
  • Field-Goal Percentage Defense: Kentucky – 38% (21st) South Carolina – 43.8% (229th)
  • Free-Throw Percentage: Kentucky – 64.5% (298th) South Carolina – 69.7% (147th)
  • Opponents’ Free-Throw Percentage: Kentucky – 69.7% (215th) South Carolina – 66.2% (58th)
  • 3-Point Field-Goal Percentage: Kentucky – 36% (82nd) South Carolina – 33.5% (182nd)
  • 3-Point Field-Goal Percentage Defense: Kentucky – 30.2% (36th) South Carolina – 32.4% (122nd)
  • 3-Point Field-Goals Made Per Game: Kentucky – 5.9 (T-196th) South Carolina – 5.9 (T-196th)
  • Points Scored Per Possession: Kentucky – 1.1 (31st) South Carolina – 1.01 (155th)
  • Points Allowed Per Possession: Kentucky – 0.9 (26th) South Carolina – 1 (188th)
  • Scoring Offense: Kentucky – 76.2 PPG (29th) South Carolina – 69.1 PPG (132nd)
  • Scoring Defense: Kentucky – 62.9 PPG (94th) South Carolina – 67.9 PPG (217th)
  • Scoring Margin: Kentucky – +13.3 PPG (22nd) South Carolina – +1.2 PPG (170th)
  • Rebounds Per Game: Kentucky – 39.3 (23rd) South Carolina – 37.1 (86th)
  • Opponents’ Rebounds Per Game: Kentucky – 34.4 (171st) South Carolina – 31.1 (42nd)
  • Rebound Margin: Kentucky – +4.9 RPG (54th) South Carolina – +6 RPG (29th)
  • Assists Per Game: Kentucky – 14.9 (57th) South Carolina – 12.8 (177th)
  • Opponents’ Assists Per Game: Kentucky – 10.8 (52nd) South Carolina – 13 (197th)
  • Assist-To-Turnover Ratio: Kentucky – 1.13:1 (70th) South Carolina – 0.78:1 (283rd)
  • Opponents’ Assist-To-Turnover Ratio: Kentucky – 0.83:1 (109th) South Carolina – 0.92:1 (184th)
  • Steals Per Game: Kentucky – 6.7 (192nd) South Carolina – 5.1 (317th)
  • Opponents’ Steals Per Game: Kentucky – 6 (75th) South Carolina – 8.7 (329th)
  • Turnovers Per Game: Kentucky – 13.2 (148th) South Carolina – 16.3 (328th)
  • Opponents’ Turnovers Per Game: Kentucky – 13.1 (223rd) South Carolina – 14.1 (153rd)
  • Turnover Margin: Kentucky – (-0.1) TOPG (196th) South Carolina – (-2.1) TOPG (289th)
  • Blocks Per Game: Kentucky – 7.7 (2nd) South Carolina – 3.5 (167th)
  • Opponents’ Blocks Per Game: Kentucky – 3.3 (138th) South Carolina – 4.3 (316th)
  • Fouls Per Game: Kentucky – 16.2 (79th) South Carolina – 19.7 (303rd)
  • Opponents’ Fouls Per Game: Kentucky – 20 (25th) South Carolina – 19.7 (35th)

Individual Players In The NCAA Division I Top 100

  • Field-Goal Percentage: Willie Cauley-Stein, Kentucky – 62.1% (17th), Alex Poythress, Kentucky – 61.4% (23rd), Lakeem Jackson, South Carolina – 60.3% (T-37th), Nerlens Noel, Kentucky – 58.9% (48th)
  • 3-Point Field-Goal Percentage: Kyle Wiltjer, Kentucky – 40.89% (T-66th)
  • Rebounds Per Game: Nerlens Noel, Kentucky – 9.476 (25th)
  • Steals Per Game: Nerlens Noel, Kentucky – 2.286 (T-24th)
  • Assist-To-Turnover Ratio: Julius Mays, Kentucky – 2.5:1 (T-55th)
  • Blocks Per Game: Nerlens Noel, Kentucky – 4.571 (1st), Willie Cauley-Stein, Kentucky – 1.824 (76th)
  • Fouls Per Game: R. J. Slawson, South Carolina – 3.429 (T-28th), Michael Carrera, South Carolina – 3.375 (T-37th)

Kentucky Individual Game Records vs. South Carolina

  • Points: 35, Joe Crawford (3/5/2008)
  • Rebounds: 17, Jared Prickett (1/26/1994)
  • Assists: 12, Anthony Epps (2/1/1995) and Allen Edwards (1/13/1998)
  • Steals: 5, Anthony Epps (2/1/1995)
  • Blocks: 8, Anthony Davis (2/4/2012)
  • Field Goals Made: 14, Jack Givens (12/13/1976) and Jamal Mashburn (1/4/1992)
  • 3-Point Field Goals Made: 6, Jeff Brassow (1/26/1994), Tony Delk (1/7/1995), Tony Delk (1/3/1996), Jeff Sheppard (2/28/1998), Patrick Sparks (2/18/2006), and Darius Miller (2/19/2011)
  • Free-Throws Made: 11, Rick Robey (12/12/1977), Jamaal Magloire (2/5/2000), and Joe Crawford (3/5/2008)

South Carolina Individual Game Records vs. Kentucky

  • Points: 36, Tre’ Kelly (2/7/2007)
  • Rebounds: 14, Edmond Wilson (1/23/1993)
  • Assists: 9, Carey Rich (3/5/1994)
  • Steals: 5, Chris Leso (2/26/1992), Chuck Eidson (1/15/2000), Chuck Eidson (2/2/2002), and Devan Downey (2/25/2009)
  • Blocks: 7, Sam Muldrow (2/25/2009)
  • Field-Goals Made: 13, Tre’ Kelly (2/7/2007)
  • 3-Point Field-Goals Made: 6, Chuck Eidson (2/2/2002)
  • Free-Throws Made: 13, B. J. McKie (3/2/1997)
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