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Central Arkansas Bears vs McNeese State Cowboys Betting Matchup Report

McNeese State CowboysCentral Arkansas Bears
Feb 11, 5:00 PM | Farris Center

McNeese State Cowboys vs Central Arkansas Bears Odds

11-10TEAM RECORD7-15

The Central Arkansas Bears will hit the floor running against the visiting McNeese State Cowboys Saturday, looking to improve their record and boost wagering bankrolls in the process.

Supporters of the Cowboys have watched them go 11-10 and 0-0 ATS on the year, while the Bears are at 7-15 and 0-1 ATS. In totals betting, the Bears are 1-0, while the Cowboys have a 0-0 mark.

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Power Rankings / Prediction:
This game matches up the No. 241 (Bears) and the No. 131 (Cowboys) teams in the league, according to our current NCAAB power rank. A 73-61 result in favor of the Cowboys has been projected by the scores prediction engine.

How They Match Up:
The game also pits Central Arkansas's No. 63-ranked offense, averaging 73.7 PPG, against a Cowboys defense that ranks No. 102 at 64.2 PPG. The Bears field goal percentage has averaged 43.2% so far, more than the Cowboys marksmen have achieved on the year, 42.3% per game.

Defensively, McNeese State features the nation's No. 178-rated defense on the road, allowing 70.5 points per game. Central Arkansas, meanwhile, comes in at No. 24 nationally in scoring at home.

McNeese State was a 66-56 winner in their most recent outing at home against Stephen F. Austin. Dontae Cannon scored 22 points leading the Cowboys to a 66-56 victory over Stephen F. Austin at Burton Coliseum on Sunday.

Central Arkansas was a 94-63 loser in its last match on the road against Texas State. Central Arkansas was run off the court by the Bobcats on Wednesday as Texas State routed them 94-63 at Strahan Coliseum.

Next up:
McNeese State at Northwestern State, Monday, February 13
Central Arkansas at Sam Houston State, Wednesday, February 15