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Will the Sun Belt title game head UNDER?

The UNDER has paid off for totals bettors in both of the games between the Georgia State Panthers and the Georgia Southern Eagles so far this season as those schools meet in the title game of the Sun Belt Tournament on Sunday.

Georgia Southern beat Georgia State 58-54 as a 3.5-point home underdog in their first meeting of the season in February, but the Panthers rebounded with a 72-55 win as a 10-point home favorite in their March rematch. The UNDER is 4-1 in the last five games between the Sun Belt teams.

Georgia Southern Eagles vs Georgia State Panthers Opening Odds and Betting Line

If you were backing the Georgia Southern Eagles in this one, their betting line was listed as 6-point underdogs earlier in the day at BetOnline.

Georgia Southern Eagles vs Georgia State Panthers Odds and Stats.

Team Betting Records & Power Rankings

The Georgia Southern Eagles will try to spoil to the party and cover the point spread on Sunday; they are 16-7-2 ATS against the betting line this season, while the Georgia State Panthers are 15-15-1 ATS. Georgia Southern Eagles are 12-11 on betting the total; Georgia State Panthers are 12-12.

The Georgia State Panthers sit at No. 9 in the current college hoops power poll here at Odds Shark, while the Georgia Southern Eagles sit at No. 101 on the same chart.

How Georgia Southern Eagles vs Georgia State Panthers Stats Matchup

Offensively, the game matches up Georgia State's No. 33 nationally ranked offense (73.03 points per game) against a Georgia Southern Eagles defense that sits as the No. 38 at 60.9 PPG. The Georgia State Panthers have been averaging 48.47% from the field, more than the Eagles have managed so far this season (42.05% on average).

Recent Outings Betting Recap

Georgia Southern got 11 points from Jelani Hewitt en route to a 44-43 victory over Louisiana-Monroe on Saturday at Lakefront Arena.

R.J. Hunter poured in a team-high 32 points for Georgia State on Saturday, as they defeated Louisiana-Lafayette 83-79 at Lakefront Arena.