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North Carolina Central Eagles home to Wildcats in NCAAB betting action

Bethune-Cookman WildcatsNorth Carolina Central Eagles
Jan 9, 7:00 PM | McLendon-McDougald Gymnasium

Bethune-Cookman Wildcats vs North Carolina Central Eagles Odds


College hoops betting interest focuses on the North Carolina Central vs Bethune-Cookman battle Monday at McLendon-McDougald Gymnasium as the Eagles look to defend home court and cover the NCAAB point spread.

This season, the Eagles are 7-8 overall and 0-0 ATS ATS, while the Wildcats are 5-11 and 1-1 ATS against the number. As for the totals, North Carolina Central boasts a 0-0 on the OU, and Bethune-Cookman is 1-1.

View Bethune-Cookman vs North Carolina Central Odds and Stats.

Power Rankings / Prediction:
The power rankings show a disparity between these teams, with the Eagles rated this week at No. 56 and the Wildcats sitting at No. 255. It may or may not play a role in Odds Shark score prediction modelling that produced a 78-59 result in favor of the Eagles.

How They Match Up:
The game also pits North Carolina Central's No. 41-ranked offense, averaging 76.4 PPG, against a Wildcats defense that ranks No. 105 at 64.1 PPG. The Eagles field goal percentage has averaged 48% so far, more than the Wildcats marksmen have achieved on the year, 38% per game.

Comparing how these foes stack up statistically, Bethune-Cookman owns the country's No. 87-rated mark, allowing 66.1 points per game on the highway. North Carolina Central, on the other hand, rates No. 9 in scoring at home.

Bethune-Cookman won its last outing, a 59-56 result against North Carolina A&T on January 7. The Wildcats grabbed a 59-56 win over the Aggies on Saturday, behind a 23-point effort from Kevin Dukes at Corbett Center.

Last time out for North Carolina Central, they were a 62-60 loser as they battled Florida A&M at home. The Eagles got 13 points from Dominique Sutton, but it was Florida A&M that prevailed in a 62-60 final on Saturday at McLendon-McDougald Gymnasium.

Next up:
Bethune-Cookman home to South Carolina State, Saturday, January 14
North Carolina Central at Howard, Monday, January 16