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MD-Eastern Shore HawksNorth Carolina Central Eagles
March 6, 4:00 PM | Joel Coliseum

MD-Eastern Shore Hawks vs North Carolina Central Eagles Odds

7-22TEAM RECORD16-14

The North Carolina Central Eagles will look to boost their win total and cover the spread when they tip off against the MD-Eastern Shore Hawks at Joel Coliseum on Tuesday in NCAAB play.

This game is part of the MEAC Tournament which will decide the conference champion and help decide March Madness seedings. This matchup is a neutral-site affair being played at Joel Coliseum.

This season, the Eagles are 16-14 overall and 0-0 ATS ATS, while the Hawks are 7-22 and 2-2 ATS against the number. As for the totals, North Carolina Central boasts a 0-0 on the OU, and MD-Eastern Shore is 2-2.

View MD-Eastern Shore vs North Carolina Central Odds and Stats.

Betting Line:
College basketball odds makers opened the Eagles as 11-point favorites in this matchupl.

Power Rankings / Prediction:
This game puts the Eagles, most recently No. 98 in the Odds Shark power rankings, up against the Hawks, who rate No. 280 in the latest survey. Meanwhile, math and computer-based handicapping simulations run on this game predict a potential 74-56 victory for the Eagles.

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How They Match Up:
In the paint, the rebound battle will feature North Carolina Central's No. 271-rated squad against MD-Eastern Shore's No. 66-rated roster. And in long-range shooting, North Carolina Central rates No. 191 in the country with 6 per game, while their foes tonight rank No. 269 nationally with 5.2 per match.

Defensively, MD-Eastern Shore features the nation's No. 266-rated defense on the road, allowing 73.8 points per game. North Carolina Central, meanwhile, comes in at No. 26 nationally in scoring at home.

MD-Eastern Shore was a 73-54 loser in its last match at home against Savannah State. The Hawks got 22 points from Hillary Haley, but it was Savannah State that prevailed in a 73-54 final on Thursday at Hytche Athletic Center.

In their last action, North Carolina Central was a 60-45 winner on the road against Hampton. North Carolina Central got 18 points from Ray Willis en route to a 60-45 victory over Hampton on Thursday at Hampton Convocation Center.

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