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UNC Asheville Bulldogs take on Blue Hose in college basketball test

UNC Asheville BulldogsPresbyterian Blue Hose
Jan 21, 7:00 PM | Furman Pinson Arena

UNC Asheville Bulldogs vs Presbyterian Blue Hose Odds

13-7TEAM RECORD8-10

Earning a win and covering the posted spread will be the goals for UNC Asheville when they take on the Blue Hose on Saturday in college hoops betting action.

Supporters of the Bulldogs have watched them go 13-7 and 4-0 ATS on the year, while the Blue Hose are at 8-10 and 0-1 ATS. In totals betting, the Blue Hose are 1-0, while the Bulldogs have a 2-2 mark.

View UNC Asheville vs Presbyterian Odds and Stats.

Power Rankings / Prediction:
This game puts the Blue Hose, most recently No. 295 in the Odds Shark power rankings, up against the Bulldogs, who rate No. 125 in the latest survey. Meanwhile, math and computer-based handicapping simulations run on this game predict a potential 81-71 victory for the Bulldogs.

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How They Match Up:
Rating these schools in several key categories is important for handicappers and Presbyterian has the nation's No. 227-rated offensive output, at 65.8 PPG. The visiting Bulldogs defense ranks No. 305 allowing on average 74.2 PPG. The Blue Hose FG% has averaged 45.5% so far, less than the Bulldogs marksmen have achieved on the year, 49.3% per game.

Defensively, UNC Asheville features the nation's No. 207-rated defense on the road, allowing 72.1 points per game. Presbyterian, meanwhile, comes in at No. 191 nationally in scoring at home.

UNC Asheville lost its last outing, a 93-88 result against Charleston Southern on January 19. J.P. Primm scored 26 points for UNC Asheville on Thursday, but the Buccaneers managed a 93-88 victory over the Bulldogs at Justice Center.

In their last action, Presbyterian was an 81-63 loser on the road against Coastal Carolina. Presbyterian got 21 points from Eric Washington but lost anyway, 81-63, to Coastal Carolina on Saturday at Kimbel Arena.

Next up:
UNC Asheville home to High Point, Thursday, January 26
Presbyterian home to Coastal Carolina, Thursday, January 26

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