Analyzing the differences between the teams, Campbell has the edge in two important areas. The first is rebounding, where the Fighting Camels have the upper hand, 35 per game to 29 per game. In addition, Campbell has the edge in scoring, 71 points per game to 60 points per game.
- Presbyterian allows fewer rebounds (33.4 allowed per game vs 38.8 allowed per game) than Campbell this season.
- Khalid Mutakabbir is ranked 5th in the Big South in points and 9th in the Big South in assists.
- Jordan Downing is ranked 4th in the Big South in three-pointers.
- The Presbyterian blocks leader (William Truss) has more blocks than the Campbell blocks leader (Marvelle Harris).
- You'll do better on next semester's exams, right? Presbyterian currently has a higher Academic Progress Rate (967 to 935) than Campbell, per the NCAA.
- The Presbyterian scoring leader (Khalid Mutakabbir) has more points than the Campbell scoring leader (Darren White).
- William Truss is ranked 7th in the Big South in blocks.
- Presbyterian is a better three-point shooting team (34.0% vs 27.5%) than Campbell this season.
- Presbyterian is bigger. The average weight of the top 8 players on Presbyterian is 205 lbs compared to 198 lbs for Campbell.
- Presbyterian beat Campbell by 2 points the last time they played (Feb 04, 2012).
- The Presbyterian three-point leader (Jordan Downing) has more three-pointers than the Campbell three-point leader (Darian Hooker).