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Boston University Terriers battle vs Albany Great Danes highlights college basketball odds menu

Albany Great DanesBoston University Terriers
Feb 20, 7:00 PM | Case Gymnasium

Albany Great Danes vs Boston University Terriers Odds

19-8TEAM RECORD15-11

The Boston University Terriers will try to pay off for their supporters on Wednesday when they play host to the Albany Great Danes at Case Gymnasium in NCAA basketball action.

The Terriers sit at 15-11 (1-1 ATS) on the season. By comparison, the Great Danes are currently 19-8 (1-1 ATS). Looking to wager on the totals? Boston University is 0-2 OU, and Albany is 0-0 OU.

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Power Rankings / Prediction:
This game matches up the No. 120 (Terriers) and the No. 179 (Great Danes) teams in the league, according to our current NCAAB power rank. A 70-69 result in favor of the Great Danes has been projected by the scores prediction engine.

How They Match Up:
Offensively, the game matches up Boston University's No. 157 nationally ranked offense (68.1 points per game) against a Great Danes defense that sits as the No. 45 at 60.7 PPG. The Terriers have been averaging 44.7% from the field, more than the Great Danes have managed so far this season (43.8% on average).

Defensively, Albany features the nation's No. 31-rated defense on the road, allowing 61.8 points per game. Boston University, meanwhile, comes in at No. 143 nationally in scoring at home.

Last time out for Albany, they were a 75-49 winner as they battled Hartford at home. Albany cruised to victory on Saturday, running Hartford out of the gym and running up a 75-49 score at SEFCU Arena.

Boston University was a 68-56 winner in its last match at home against New Hampshire. The Terriers grabbed a 68-56 win over the Wildcats on Sunday, behind a 13-point effort from Dom Morris at Case Gymnasium.

Next up:
Albany at Fairfield, Saturday, February 23
Boston University at UMBC, Saturday, February 23