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Charleston Southern Buccaneers visit Radford Highlanders in NCAAB hoops battle

Charleston Southern BuccaneersRadford Highlanders
Feb 25, 4:30 PM | Dedmon Center

Charleston Southern Buccaneers vs Radford Highlanders Odds

17-11TEAM RECORD6-24

The Radford Highlanders will look to boost their win total and cover the spread when they tip off against the Charleston Southern Buccaneers at Dedmon Center on Saturday in NCAAB play.

The Highlanders currently sports a 6-24 record overall in NCAAB action, and have posted a corresponding betting slate of 0-1 ATS. The Buccaneers are 17-11 and 1-1 ATS. Betting totals have seen the Highlanders produce a 0-1 OVER/UNDER record on the season, while the Buccaneers have gone 0-2 against the number.

View Charleston Southern vs Radford Odds and Stats.

Power Rankings / Prediction:
The Highlanders - Buccaneers odds would favor the Buccaneers if the lines were set according to our power ranks. Radford is rated No. 312 in the current Odds Shark poll, while Charleston Southern is at No. 171. Mathematical models based on recent stats and predictive formulas point to a 75-62 win for the Buccaneers.

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How They Match Up:
The game also pits Radford's No. 298-ranked offense, averaging 61.6 PPG, against a Buccaneers defense that ranks No. 286 at 72.1 PPG. The Highlanders field goal percentage has averaged 38.6% so far, less than the Buccaneers marksmen have achieved on the year, 44.9% per game.

Defensively, Charleston Southern features the nation's No. 306-rated defense on the road, allowing 76.6 points per game. Radford, meanwhile, comes in at No. 319 nationally in scoring at home.

Charleston Southern was a 90-81 loser in their most recent outing on the road against VMI. Charleston Southern got 31 points from Kelvin Martin en route to a 90-81 loss at the hands of Charleston Southern on Thursday at Cameron Hall.

Radford was a 77-64 loser in its last match at home against Presbyterian. Radford got 14 points from Tolga Cerrah but lost anyway, 77-64, to Presbyterian on Thursday at Dedmon Center.

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