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Vermont Catamounts host Binghamton Bearcats in college basketball action

Binghamton BearcatsVermont Catamounts
March 5, 2:15 PM | Chase Arena

Binghamton Bearcats vs Vermont Catamounts Odds

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Many eyes in the college basketball world will be on Chase Arena Saturday as host Vermont looks to handle the Binghamton Bearcats in NCAAB action.

This is a conference playoff game in the America East Tournament. The game is being played at Chase Arena, which makes it technically a neutral site match.

Vermont will face the 8-22 Bearcats, who own a 1-4 ATS mark on the season. In totals betting, the Catamounts are 2-3 favoring the UNDER so far this season while the Bearcats are 1-4 favoring the OVER.

View Binghamton vs Vermont Odds and Stats.

Power Rankings / Prediction:
This game puts the Catamounts, most recently No. 46 in the Odds Shark power rankings, up against the Bearcats, who rate No. 338 in the latest survey. Meanwhile, math and computer-based handicapping simulations run on this game predict a potential 71-57 victory for the Catamounts.

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How They Match Up:
Rebounding is always a key handicapping consideration and Bearcats is ranked No. 319 in NCAA hoops at 31.1 per game. Contrast that with Vermont’s No. 36 mark in the paint. When it comes to three-point shooting, Vermont is the No. 306-ranked team in the country at 4.9 per game, while Binghamton rates No. 58 at 7.6 per game.

Comparing how these foes stack up statistically, Binghamton owns the country's No. 181-rated mark, allowing 70.9 points per game on the highway. Vermont, on the other hand, rates No. 271 in scoring at home.

Binghamton won its last outing, a 91-65 result against UMBC on March 3. They covered in that game as a 4.5-point favorite. The Bearcats blew out UMBC on Thursday, running up a 20+ point victory in a 91-65 win at Chase Arena.

Last time out for Vermont, they were a 66-64 loser as they battled Boston University at home. They failed to cover in the match as an 8-point favorite. Vermont suffered a 66-64 loss against Boston University on Sunday, getting 17 points from Sandro Carissimo in a losing effort at Roy Patrick Gym.

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