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NJIT HighlandersNorth Dakota Sioux
Feb 26, 2:00 PM | Betty Engelstad Sioux Center

NJIT Highlanders vs North Dakota Sioux Odds

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The North Dakota Sioux host NJIT on Saturday, looking to build on their 13-13 mark against the 13-13 Highlanders in college hoops action at Betty Engelstad Sioux Center.

North Dakota battles the Highlanders, currently sitting with a 13-13 mark (0-0 ATS). The OVER/UNDER records, always important for totals bettors, are 0-3 for the Sioux and 0-0 for the Highlanders.

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Power Rankings / Prediction:
This game matches up the No. 256 (Sioux) and the No. 247 (Highlanders) teams in the league, according to our current NCAAB power rank. A 70-68 result in favor of the Sioux has been projected by the scores prediction engine.

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How They Match Up:
Rebounding is always a key handicapping consideration and Highlanders is ranked No. 133 in NCAA hoops at 35.8 per game. Contrast that with North Dakota’s No. 242 mark in the paint. When it comes to three-point shooting, North Dakota is the No. 172-ranked team in the country at 6.2 per game, while NJIT rates No. 86 at 7.2 per game.

Comparing how these foes stack up statistically, NJIT owns the country's No. 262-rated mark, allowing 74.5 points per game on the highway. North Dakota, on the other hand, rates No. 79 in scoring at home.

NJIT lost its last outing, a 99-84 result against South Dakota on February 24. Isaiah Wilkerson scored 18 points in a futile effort to lead the Highlanders to a win (they lost 99-84 to South Dakota at DakotaDome on Thursday).

Last time out for North Dakota, they were an 87-69 loser as they battled Northern Colorado on the road. The Sioux endured an 87-69 loss at the hands of the Bears on Monday, despite a 20-point effort from Troy Huff at Butler-Hancock Pavilion.

Next up:
NJIT home to Utah Valley, Thursday, March 3
North Dakota home to Chicago State, Monday, February 28

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