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Highest Totals In College Basketball History

With several rule changes to increase scoring taking hold in college basketball, we are seeing totals slowly crawling higher and higher. With that in mind, we decided to look at the highest closing totals in our NCAAB database, which dates back to 2005.

Since 2005, there have been 10 college basketball games that closed at 181.0 or higher with the OVER/UNDER being split 5-5. Of those 10 games, six came after the introduction of the 30-second shot clock with the OVER going 4-2.

The Horizon League was home to the massive totals during the 2015-16 season, as Oakland, Detroit and Wisc-Green Bay were involved in five of the six games that had a closing total of 181.0 or higher last year.

Highest Closing Totals in NCAAB Since 2005
DateAwayHomeClosing TotalFinal ScoreO/U
Feb 2, 2005VirginiaProvidence191.5177UNDER
Feb 3, 2007St. BonaventureDuquesne187.7203OVER
Feb 11, 2016Wisc-Green BayDetroit185.5171UNDER
Feb 13, 2016Wisc-Green BayOakland184.5204OVER
Jan 23, 2016OaklandWisc-Green Bay183.5206OVER
Feb 26, 2007AkronDuquesne183.0161UNDER
Feb 18, 2016East Tennessee StateThe Citadel182.5118UNDER
Feb 26, 2016DetroitOakland182205OVER
Dec 2, 2007VMIJacksonville State181.5172UNDER
Jan 25, 2016DetroitWisc-Green Bay181.0223OVER

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