Stanford (@3.5) vs Central Florida (@1.32)

Our Prediction:

Central Florida will win

Stanford – Central Florida Match Prediction | 14-09-2019 15:30

The success comes when its able to power away on offense and have one of the Pac-12s best defenses, but expect a whole lot of downfield passing again. Stanford almost always finds ways to rise up and rock under head coachDavid Shaw, but this years team comes down to the line play and to sound like a clich getting back to Cardinal football.

Its about getting sideouts. Coach Says: Advantage Stanford. She can locate well on the run. Huskey can go up on a tight ball and either set or dump it. The Stanford setter (Jenna Gray) has essentially two years under her belt with the same team. There are times when you can make a case for Florida going back to a 5-1 with (Allie) Monserez, even being the shorter blocker. Shell swing it to her middles from 10 feet off the net. She knows how to ride hitters and she understands the rhythm. Having Huskey in the front row does help them with the block and having an offensive setter like that does mean you have to treat her like a hitter. Shes definitely part of the scouting report, but I think if you can put free balls over to Zone 1 and make it harder for her to dump it can frustrate her. She understands setting hitters in certain situations.

Shes very hands on. Shes feisty. Shes really good at getting the team focused on the next ball. Coach Says: Advantage Stanford. I can see Florida starting the match not serving Hentz then going at her late in the set when she doesnt have any rhythm. Thats when liberos usually mess up, after not being passed all set then its 24-23. Shes not afraid to get on girls about going hard. The challenge for Florida is to be more dynamic and mix it up. Shes going to do what shes going to do. Morgan Hentz is big time. She does a lot of things that go unoticed, like getting out of system sets, and she still serves tough even with that wrap on her hand. CK (Caroline Knop) is Floridas emotional leader. I think she has a broken pinky and is still playing well.

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Florida does a decent job of getting good touches with Rhamat (Alhassan) and (Rachael) Kramer. I think (Shainah) Joseph has improved a lot. They like to read block and they are quick laterally. Coach Says: Advantage Florida. The plan used to be to attack her down the line because her hands werent always over the net and you could tool her. They are pretty good at going pin to pin. Now, she puts herself in a good spot and has improved a lot as a blocker.

This is a tough schedule spot for Stanford, who just played on the road last week against USC and now has to go to the east coast.The UCF Knights haven't lost at home in ages and have been just as good ATS as they have been SU, and you could argue this team is better than last years with all of the speed at the skill positions. The Stanford Cardinal have covered eight of their last 12 games as an underdog.The UCF Knights have covered five straight as a favorite and 10 of their last 12 overall.

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The under is 9-3 in Knights last 12 games overall. The over is 7-3 in Cardinal last 10 road games. TheKnights are 7-1 ATS in their last 8 games in September,7-2 ATS in their last 9 home games and5-1 ATS in their last 6 games overall. TheCardinal are 17-4 ATS in their last 21 games following a straight up loss,35-16-1 ATS in their last 52 games following a ATS loss and3-7 ATS in their last 10 games in September.

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In the Pac-12, they serve a lot of Zone 1. They can go for seams or certain targets. If Stanford can serve Zone 1 and Huskey is taking the ball over her shoulder, she cant see the block anymore so we might see Stanford serve that zone more. Stanford girls can go back and rip it. If you look at it, Stanford gets more aces and serves better overall. She goes back there and rips it, but the other girls for Florida are more spot servers. Coach Says: Advantage Stanford. The SEC could probably serve Zone 1 more. (Carli) Synder has 53 aces or whatever she has. (Kat) Plummer with her float serve, shes so tall as it comes down its so hard to read. When Florida has (Cheyenne) Huskey front row, she likes to dump a lot.

has one reception. Gabriel Davis and Jacob Harris have combined for 230 receiving yards and three touchdowns while Adrian Killins Jr. The UCF Knights havent lost a home game since December of 2016. Defensively, UCF is allowing seven points and 205 yards per game. Dillon Gabriel is completing 50 percent of his passes for 372 yards, five touchdowns and zero interceptions. Nate Evans leads the UCF Knights with 13 tackles, Brendon Hayes has two sacks and Tay Gowan has one interception. The UCF Knights ground game is averaging 325 yards per contest, and Bentavious Thompson leads the way with 155 yards and one touchdown. Gabriel and Brandon Wimbush have combined for seven touchdown passes. The UCF Knights look for a 3-0 start to the season with what would be their most impressive win yet.

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Coach Says: Advantage Stanford. Shes in the talk for National Player of the Year for a reason. Sometimes they hit negative. For Florida, they have the revolving door at the second outside spot. The pick is Stanford because of Plummer. Then you look at Stanfords other outside (Meghan McClure) and she doesnt look like much, but her final numbers usually shows shes efficient. On Stanford, both those girls play six rotations, where only Snyder does Florida. Sometimes they hit .100.