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Delaware Blue Hens battle vs Northeastern Huskies highlights college basketball odds menu

Northeastern HuskiesDelaware Blue Hens
7-15February 03, 2014, 07:00 | Bob Carpenter Center16-7

The Delaware Blue Hens will hit the floor running against the visiting Northeastern Huskies Monday, looking to improve their record and boost wagering bankrolls in the process.

The Blue Hens sport a record of 16-7 and 10-5 ATS heading into this battle, while the Huskies have 7-15 and 9-10 ATS marks on the season. The OVER/UNDER records are 8-7 for the Blue Hens and 5-13-1 for the Huskies.

View Northeastern Huskies vs Delaware Blue Hens Odds and Stats.

The Blue Hens were listed as -7.5-point favorites at most sportsbooks tracked by Odds Shark earlier in the day. It opened first at BetOnline, where the total was expected shortly.

This game puts the Blue Hens, most recently No. 64 in the Odds Shark power rankings, up against the Huskies, who rate No. 207 in the latest survey.

In their last action, Northeastern was a 49-46 loser at home against James Madison. They failed to cover the 6-point spread as favorites. David Walker scored 15 points in a futile effort to lead the Huskies to a win (they lost 49-46 to James Madison at Matthews Arena on Wednesday).

Delaware was a 66-65 winner in their most recent outing at home against UNC Wilmington. They failed to cover the 13-point spread as favorites. Devon Saddler scored 15 points leading the Blue Hens to a 66-65 victory over UNC Wilmington at Bob Carpenter Center on Saturday.

How They Match Up:
Offensively, the game matches up Delaware's No. 19 nationally ranked offense (80.83 points per game) against a Huskies defense that sits as the No. 80 at 67.5 PPG. The Blue Hens have been averaging 45.06% from the field, more than the Huskies have managed so far this season (43.39% on average).

Next up:
Northeastern home to Hofstra, Wednesday, February 5th
Delaware at College of Charleston, Wednesday, February 5th