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Aggies face Norfolk State Spartans: NCAAB odds preview and stats

North Carolina A&T AggiesNorfolk State Spartans
March 3, 8:00 PM | Echols Hall

North Carolina A&T Aggies vs Norfolk State Spartans Odds

15-15TEAM RECORD9-19

The Norfolk State Spartans host North Carolina A&T on Thursday, looking to build on their 9-19 mark against the 15-15 Aggies in college hoops action at Echols Hall.

This season, the Spartans are 9-19 overall and 2-1 ATS ATS, while the Aggies are 15-15 and 2-1 ATS against the number. As for the totals, Norfolk State boasts a 2-1 on the OU, and North Carolina A&T is 2-1.

View North Carolina A&T vs Norfolk State Odds and Stats.

Power Rankings / Prediction:
This game puts the Spartans, most recently No. 262 in the Odds Shark power rankings, up against the Aggies, who rate No. 151 in the latest survey. Meanwhile, math and computer-based handicapping simulations run on this game predict a potential 72-68 victory for the Aggies.

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How They Match Up:
Rating these schools in several key categories is important for handicappers and Norfolk State has the nation's No. 124-rated offensive output, at 70.7 PPG. The visiting Aggies defense ranks No. 306 allowing on average 74 PPG. The Spartans FG% has averaged 44.1% so far, more than the Aggies marksmen have achieved on the year, 44% per game.

Comparing how these foes stack up statistically, North Carolina A&T owns the country's No. 312-rated mark, allowing 78.3 points per game on the highway. Norfolk State, on the other hand, rates No. 106 in scoring at home.

In their last action, North Carolina A&T was a 68-60 winner at home against Morgan State. They covered the 1.5–point spread as underdogs. Thomas Coleman scored 21 points leading the Aggies to a 68-60 victory over Morgan State at Corbett Center on Monday.

Norfolk State was a 76-69 loser in its last match at home against Coppin State. The Spartans got 16 points from Brandon Wheeless, but it was Coppin State that prevailed in a 76-69 final on Monday at Echols Hall.

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