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ACC Tournament - North Carolina State Wolfpack vs Miami Hurricanes Point Spread: Betting Preview Hints At Winner

Miami HurricanesNorth Carolina State Wolfpack
17-15March 13, 2014, 07:00 | Greensboro Coliseum19-12

 

Greensboro Coliseum features an NCAA basketball betting clash between the host North Carolina State Wolfpack and the Miami Hurricanes in ACC tournament betting action on Thursday.

NC State was a small 2-point underdog in early betting at Bovada while the total was hovering around 126.5 at TopBet.

The Wolfpack bring a 19-12 record (16-12 ATS) to this tilt against the 17-15 Hurricanes, who are 13-13-1 ATS. OVER/UNDER bettors have witnessed North Carolina State go 16-12 so far and the Hurricanes go 8-19.

View Miami Hurricanes vs North Carolina State Wolfpack Odds and Stats.

Bettors looking to go with the Wolfpack in this one found them listed as 2-point underdogs earlier on the NCAA basketball betting menu for Thursday's contest. Check for updates as money coming in on the Hurricanes was expected to move the line.

According to new college basketball power rankings here, it's the No. 200-ranked Wolfpack and the No. 96-rated Hurricanes in this matchup.

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Last time out for Miami, they were a 57-53 winner as they battled Virginia Tech at home. They failed to cover in the match as an 8-point favorite. Miami earned a 57-53 victory over Virginia Tech on Wednesday, getting 15 points from Rion Brown at Greensboro Coliseum.

Last time out for North Carolina State, they were a 78-68 winner as they battled Boston College at home. They covered in the match as a 6.5-point favorite. The Wolfpack used a 42-point performance from T.J. Warren to help North Carolina State smack Boston College 78-68 on Sunday at PNC Arena.

How They Match Up:
Offensively, the game matches up North Carolina State's No. 137 nationally ranked offense (71.19 points per game) against a Hurricanes defense that sits as the No. 8 at 59.28 PPG. The Wolfpack have been averaging 45.78% from the field, more than the Hurricanes have managed so far this season (41.96% on average).

 

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