Presbyterian Blue Hose vs Campbell Camels Odds
The Campbell Camels will be trying to slam the Presbyterian Blue Hose on Tuesday when the teams tip off at HTC Center in college betting action.
This game is part of the Big South Tournament which will decide the conference champion and help decide March Madness seedings. This matchup is a neutral-site affair being played at HTC Center.
This season, the Camels are 12-19 overall and 0-3 ATS ATS, while the Blue Hose are 8-23 and 0-3 ATS against the number. As for the totals, Campbell boasts a 1-0 on the OU, and Presbyterian is 0-1.
The visitors opened as 3-point underdogs in this one at most sportsbooks tracked at Odds Shark, including . The total was set to open a bit later (check out GTbets.eu for the latest situation(.
Power Rankings / Prediction:
According to new college basketball power rankings here, it's the No. 254-ranked Camels and the No. 340-rated Blue Hose in this matchup. Computer formulas aimed at predicting NCAAB scores point to a 65-60 win for the Camels on Tuesday.
How They Match Up:
Scoring and defensive stats point to some edges in this matchup. The game features Campbell's No. 132-ranked scoring average of 69.2 PPG, against a Blue Hose defense rated No. 257 and allowing 69.9 PPG. The Camels FG% has averaged 44.6% to date this season, less than the Blue Hose shooters have managed so far (44.8% per game).
Comparing how these foes stack up statistically, Presbyterian owns the country's No. 298-rated mark, allowing 75.1 points per game on the highway. Campbell, on the other hand, rates No. 129 in scoring at home.
Presbyterian was a 76-57 loser in their most recent outing on the road against Gardner-Webb. Khalid Mutakabbir scored 18 points in a futile effort to lead the Blue Hose to a win (they lost 76-57 to Gardner-Webb at Paul Porter Arena on Saturday).
In their last action, Campbell was a 63-62 loser on the road against High Point. The Camels endured a 63-62 loss at the hands of the Panthers on Saturday, despite a 19-point effort from Trey Freeman at Millis Center.