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NCAA hoops odds preview - Hartford vs. Vermont

Hartford HawksVermont Catamounts
March 4, 7:30 PM | Reich Family Pavilion

Hartford Hawks vs Vermont Catamounts Odds

9-21TEAM RECORD21-11

The Catamounts will try to cover the spread at Reich Family Pavilion on Sunday when they get a visit from the Hartford Hawks in college basketball action.

It's a game in the America East Tournament, which will decide the conference title, not to mention deciding which teams make the Field of 68. Reich Family Pavilion is the location for this game, which makes it a neutral-site matchup.

The Catamounts currently sports a 21-11 record overall in NCAAB action, and have posted a corresponding betting slate of 2-0 ATS. The Hawks are 9-21 and 2-0 ATS. Betting totals have seen the Catamounts produce a 1-1 OVER/UNDER record on the season, while the Hawks have gone 0-2 against the number.

View Hartford vs Vermont Odds and Stats.

Power Rankings / Prediction:
The Odds Shark Power Rankings have the Catamounts at No. 123 and the Hawks at No. 330 heading into this contest. Handicapping models at Odds Shark project a 70-56 result in favor of the Catamounts.

How They Match Up:
The game also pits Vermont's No. 187-ranked offense, averaging 67.4 PPG, against a Hawks defense that ranks No. 179 at 66.9 PPG. The Catamounts field goal percentage has averaged 44.3% so far, more than the Hawks marksmen have achieved on the year, 41.3% per game.

Defensively, Hartford features the nation's No. 112-rated defense on the road, allowing 67.8 points per game. Vermont, meanwhile, comes in at No. 169 nationally in scoring at home.

Hartford was a 53-49 winner in its last match on the road against Boston University. They covered the 5-point spread as underdogs. The Terriers endured a 53-49 loss at the hands of the Hawks on Saturday, despite a 17-point effort from Darryl Partin at Reich Family Pavilion.

Last time out for Vermont, they were a 50-40 winner as they battled Maine at home. They covered in the match as a 9-point favorite. Vermont got 16 points from Matt Glass en route to a 50-40 victory over Maine on Saturday at Reich Family Pavilion.