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Chicago State Cougars vs Texas-Pan American Broncs Preview

Texas-Pan American BroncsChicago State Cougars
Feb 23, 8:30 PM | Jones Convocation Center

Texas-Pan American Broncs vs Chicago State Cougars Odds

13-15TEAM RECORD8-18

Bettors will hope to hit paydirt on Saturday when the Chicago State Cougars try to run the Texas-Pan American Broncs off the court at Jones Convocation Center in college hoops action.

This season, the Cougars are 8-18 overall and 2-1 ATS ATS, while the Broncs are 13-15 and 0-0 ATS against the number. As for the totals, Chicago State boasts a 1-2 on the OU, and Texas-Pan American is 0-0.

View Texas-Pan American vs Chicago State Odds and Stats.

Power Rankings / Prediction:
This game puts the Cougars, most recently No. 269 in the Odds Shark power rankings, up against the Broncs, who rate No. 311 in the latest survey. Meanwhile, math and computer-based handicapping simulations run on this game predict a potential 65-63 victory for the Broncs.

How They Match Up:
Rebounding is always a key handicapping consideration and Broncs is ranked No. 286 in NCAA hoops at 32.1 per game. Contrast that with Chicago State’s No. 220 mark in the paint. When it comes to three-point shooting, Chicago State is the No. 62-ranked team in the country at 7.3 per game, while Texas-Pan American rates No. 139 at 6.4 per game.

Defensively, Texas-Pan American features the nation's No. 259-rated defense on the road, allowing 73.1 points per game. Chicago State, meanwhile, comes in at No. 147 nationally in scoring at home.

Last time out for Texas-Pan American, they were a 63-48 loser as they battled Texas-Arlington on the road. The Broncs got 17 points from Jesus Delgado, but it was Texas-Arlington that prevailed in a 63-48 final on Wednesday at College Park Center.

Last time out for Chicago State, they were a 79-75 loser as they battled Nebraska Omaha on the road. Chicago State suffered a 79-75 loss against Nebraska Omaha on Tuesday, getting 17 points from Quinton Pippen in a losing effort at Ralston Sports and Event Center.

Next up:
Texas-Pan American home to New Orleans, Sunday, March 3
Chicago State home to Eastern Illinois, Tuesday, February 26