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Boston University Terriers battle vs New Hampshire Wildcats highlights college odds menu

New Hampshire WildcatsBoston University Terriers
March 5, 6:05 PM | Chase Arena

New Hampshire Wildcats vs Boston University Terriers Odds

12-17TEAM RECORD18-13

The Terriers hope to be lousy hosts on Saturday as the New Hampshire Wildcats pay a visit to Chase Arena on the college basketball betting menu.

The America East Tournament battle is part of the annual season-ending league tournament. The winner gets an automatic berth in the Madness, while all teams are trying to prove they deserve a spot. The game is being played at Chase Arena, which makes it technically a neutral site match.

The Terriers sit at 18-13 (5-2 ATS) on the season. By comparison, the Wildcats are currently 12-17 (2-3 ATS). Looking to wager on the totals? Boston University is 1-2-1 OU, and New Hampshire is 3-2 OU.

View New Hampshire vs Boston University Odds and Stats.

Power Rankings / Prediction:
The Power Rankings at Odds Shark show No. 209-rated New Hampshire taking on the No. 105-rated Terriers in this contest. The scores prediction computer here indicates a possible 64-60 win for the Terriers on Saturday.

How They Match Up:
Scoring and defensive stats point to some edges in this matchup. The game features Boston University's No. 262-ranked scoring average of 65.7 PPG, against a Wildcats defense rated No. 16 and allowing 60.6 PPG. The Terriers FG% has averaged 40.3% to date this season, more than the Wildcats shooters have managed so far (37.3% per game).

Comparing how these foes stack up statistically, New Hampshire owns the country's No. 9-rated mark, allowing 61.2 points per game on the highway. Boston University, on the other hand, rates No. 171 in scoring at home.

In their last action, New Hampshire was a 62-54 loser on the road against Hartford. They failed to cover the 3.5–point spread as underdogs. New Hampshire got 16 points from Brian Benson but lost anyway, 62-54, to Hartford on Sunday at Reich Family Pavilion.

Boston University was a 66-64 winner in their most recent outing on the road against Vermont. They covered the 8–point spread as underdogs. The Terriers grabbed a 66-64 win over the Catamounts on Sunday, behind a 23-point effort from Darryl Partin at Roy Patrick Gym.

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