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Boise State vs. Dayton: Play-In Betting

In 24 games as a favorite this season the Dayton Flyers were 21-3 SU. Dayton will look to pick up another win on Wednesday in the First Four against the Boise State Broncos. The winner of this game will slot into the East bracket in the Round of 64 to play against Providence.

In nine tournament games since 2000, Dayton is 6-3 ATS. The Flyers fell short in the Atlantic 10 Tournament after losing to Virginia Commonwealth, but still earned a trip to the postseason based on their 25-8 SU record. The Flyers are 17-17 SU all-time in tournament play.

Boise State finished the year strong on a 15-2 SU run to play its way into NCAA Tournament contention. The Broncos showed good fight this season as a dog with a 7-1 ATS record in their last eight games as the betting underdog.

Boise State Broncos vs Dayton Flyers Odds and Stats.

Team Betting Records & Power Rankings

Dayton Flyers battles the Boise State Broncos, currently sitting with a 25-8 mark (19-11 ATS). The OVER/UNDER records, always important for totals betting, are 16-11-1 for the Dayton Flyers and 13-11 for the Boise State Broncos.

The Flyers - Broncos odds would favor the Broncos if the lines were set according to our power ranks. Dayton is rated No. 62 in the current Odds Shark poll, while Boise State is at No. 6.

How Boise State Broncos vs Dayton Flyers Stats Matchup

Scoring and defensive stats point to some betting edges in this matchup. The game features Dayton's No. 113-ranked scoring average of 68.21 PPG, against a Boise State Broncos defense rated No. 29 and allowing 60.27 PPG. The Dayton Flyers FG% has averaged 46.27% to date this season, more than the Boise State Broncos shooters have managed so far (45.76% per game).

Recent Outings Betting Recap

The Broncos got 17 points from Derrick Marks, but it was Wyoming that prevailed in a 71-66 final on Friday at Thomas & Mack Center.

Dayton suffered a 71-65 loss against Virginia Commonwealth on Sunday, getting 16 points from Scoochie Smith in a losing effort at Barclays Center.

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