2•7•22 CBB from @d_buckets

UNCW +6.5 (-115)

UNCW o145

JMU +4 (-108)

GM +8

NDSU -6

NDSU o137.5 (-105) 1.5u

Looking at conference play, both of these teams have an offense that indicates a high scoring affair. NDSU averages 77.4 ppg, while South Dakota is right behind them at 75.6. NDSU allows 72.5 ppg in conference play, with South Dakota once again right behind them giving up 74.1 ppg in Summit League games. Like most college teams, there is usually a drop-off in execution when South Dakota heads on the road, and it’s that lack of consistency that NDSU should be able to take advantage of. NDSU is playing some of their best ball currently, so we’re taking the Bison and the over in this one. Word on the street is that if one lucky student can nail a half-court shot at halftime, they will get to burn my Carson Wentz Eagles jersey. Should be a good one.

KU -1.5 (-115)

ZONA -12 (-105)

ASU has been playing well above their level recently, which is why the number is closer to 10 than 20. It should be closer to 20 though, so we’ll roll with the Cats in a battle of schools with good athletic programs but even better academics.

NAU +9.5 (+100)

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