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NCAA hoops odds preview - Detroit vs. South Florida

Detroit TitansSouth Florida Bulls
3-4November 30, 2013, 07:00 | Sun Dome4-1



A key college battle sees the visiting Detroit Titans travelling to South Florida Saturday to take on the Bulls.

This season, the Bulls are 4-1 overall and 1-2 ATS, while the Titans are 3-4 and 3-3 ATS. As for the totals, South Florida boasts a 1-1 on the OU, and Detroit is 1-5.

View Detroit Titans vs South Florida Bulls Odds and Stats.

The Bulls were listed as -8.5-point favorites at most sportsbooks tracked by Odds Shark earlier in the day. It opened first at BetOnline, where the total was expected shortly.

The Bulls sit at No. 149 in the current college hoops power poll here at Odds Shark, while the Titans sit at No. 233 on the same chart.

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In their last action, Detroit was a 104-102 loser at home against Stony Brook. They failed to cover the 2-point spread as favorites. Detroit got 32 points from Evan Bruinsma en route to a 104-102 loss at the hands of Detroit on Sunday at Calihan Hall.

South Florida lost its last outing, a 93-67 result against Oklahoma State on November 25. They failed to cover in that game as a 9.5-point underdog. South Florida was run off the court by the Cowboys on Monday as Oklahoma State routed them 93-67 at Sun Dome.

How They Match Up:
The game also pits South Florida's No. 132-ranked offense, averaging 75.4 PPG, against a Titans defense that ranks No. 180 at 74.43 PPG. The Bulls field goal percentage has averaged 46.24% so far, more than the Titans marksmen have achieved on the year, 40.6% per game.

A few Titans at Bulls trends to consider:
Detroit is 3-6 SU in its last 9 games
The total has gone UNDER in 4 of Detroit's last 5 games
Detroit is 2-5 SU in its last 7 games on the road
South Florida is 4-1 SU in its last 5 games
South Florida is 7-17 SU in its last 24 games
South Florida is 5-1 SU in its last 6 games at home


Next up:
Detroit at Toledo, Wednesday, December 4th
South Florida at George Mason, Wednesday, December 4th

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