Presbyterian Blue Hose vs Cornell Big Red Odds
Bettors will hope to hit paydirt on Friday when the Cornell Big Red try to run the Presbyterian Blue Hose off the court at Orleans Arena in college hoops action.
This game is being played at a neutral-site court (Orleans Arena).
The Big Red are 1-4 so far on the season, and 2-2-1 ATS vs. the number. The Blue Hose, meanwhile, are 0-4 and 0-0 ATS. OVER/UNDER bettors have seen Cornell go 1-0 and the Blue Hose go 0-0 on the totals.
If you were backing the visitors in this one, the Blue Hose were listed as 5-point underdogs earlier in the day at .
Power Rankings / Prediction:
The Odds Shark Power Rankings have the Big Red at No. 182 and the Blue Hose at No. 286 heading into this contest. Handicapping models at Odds Shark project a 53-31 result in favor of the Big Red.
How They Match Up:
Offensively, the game matches up Cornell's No. 317 nationally ranked offense (57.6 points per game) against a Blue Hose defense that sits as the No. 310 at 76 PPG. The Big Red have been averaging 35.5% from the field, less than the Blue Hose have managed so far this season (36% on average).
Defensively, Presbyterian features the nation's No. 254-rated defense on the road, allowing 76 points per game. Cornell, meanwhile, comes in at No. 266 nationally in scoring at home.
Presbyterian was an 88-43 loser in its last match on the road against Wisconsin. Presbyterian was crushed on Tuesday, getting blown out by Wisconsin and falling by an 88-43 score at Kohl Center.
Cornell lost its last outing, a 64-53 result against Arizona State on November 20. They covered in that game as a 11.5-point underdog. The Big Red got 13 points from Shonn Miller, but it was Arizona State that prevailed in a 64-53 final on Tuesday at Wells Fargo Arena.
Cornell Big Red Trends:
When playing on Friday are 4-6
Before playing Stony Brook are 1-5
After a loss are 5-5
A few Blue Hose at Big Red trends to consider:
Cornell is 1-5 SU in its last 6 games
Presbyterian home to Toccoa Falls, Tuesday, November 27
Cornell home to Stony Brook, Wednesday, November 28