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Austin Peay Governors take on RedHawks in NCAA Basketball Betting

A key college basketball betting odds battle sees the away Austin Peay Governors taking on the Miami-Ohio RedHawks Saturday.

Austin Peay Governors vs Miami-Ohio RedHawks Matchup

Team Betting Records & Power Rankings

The Miami-Ohio RedHawks currently sport a 1-2 record overall in NCAA basketball action, and have posted a corresponding betting slate of 1-1 ATS. The Austin Peay Governors are 2-1 and 1-1 ATS. Betting totals have seen the Miami-Ohio RedHawks produce a 1-1 OVER/UNDER record on the season, while the Austin Peay Governors have gone 1-1 against the totals betting line.

The Power Rankings at Odds Shark show No. 225-rated Austin Peay Governors taking on the No. 233-rated Miami-Ohio RedHawks in this contest.

Statistical Matchup

Scoring and defensive stats point to some betting edges in this matchup. The game features Miami-Ohio's No. 113-ranked scoring average of 79 PPG, against a Austin Peay Governors defense rated No. 194 and allowing 77.33 PPG. The Miami-Ohio RedHawks FG% has averaged 47.98% to date this season, less than the Austin Peay Governors shooters have managed so far (50.29% per game).

Recent Outings Betting Recap

Josh Robinson went off for 31 points and added 5 rebounds for good measure, leading Austin Peay to a 77-69 win over Northern Kentucky on Friday at Millett Hall.

Miami-Ohio suffered a 68-66 loss against Delaware on Friday, getting 24 points from Michael Weathers in a losing effort at Millett Hall.

Betting Trends
  • Austin Peay is 8-2 SU in its last 10 games
  • Austin Peay is 8-2 ATS in its last 10 games on the road
  • Austin Peay is 8-2 SU in its last 10 games on the road
  • The total has gone OVER in 11 of Austin Peay's last 12 games on the road
  • Miami-Ohio is 8-17 SU in its last 25 games

Next Betting Matchups

Austin Peay home to Delaware, Sunday, November 20th
Miami-Ohio at Northern Kentucky, Sunday, November 20th