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North Dakota Sioux vs Texas-Pan American Broncs Betting Preview

Texas-Pan American BroncsNorth Dakota Sioux
March 9, 3:30 PM | Jones Convocation Center

Texas-Pan American Broncs vs North Dakota Sioux Odds

11-20TEAM RECORD15-14

The Sioux will be trying to slam the Texas-Pan American Broncs on Friday when the teams tip off at Jones Convocation Center in college betting action.

Jones Convocation Center is the location for this game, which makes it a neutral-site matchup.

The Sioux are 15-14 so far on the season, and 1-0 ATS vs. the number. The Broncs, meanwhile, are 11-20 and 0-0 ATS. OVER/UNDER bettors have seen North Dakota go 0-1 and the Broncs go 0-0 on the totals.

View Texas-Pan American vs North Dakota Odds and Stats.

Power Rankings / Prediction:
It's a betting matchup between the No. 207-rated Sioux and the No. 312-ranked Broncs, according to the latest pro hoops power rankings here at Odds Shark. Prediction formulas run on this game indicate a possible 66-60 result in favor of the Sioux.

How They Match Up:
When it comes to rebounds, the visiting Broncs rank No. 318 in NCAA Division 1 with 30.4 per game. That compares with North Dakota’s No. 162 ranking in that category. The story is different when it comes to three-point shooting where North Dakota is college basketball's No. 143-ranked team at 6.4 per game, while the Broncs rate No. 84 with 7.2 per game.

Defensively, Texas-Pan American features the nation's No. 227-rated defense on the road, allowing 71.7 points per game. North Dakota, meanwhile, comes in at No. 111 nationally in scoring at home.

Texas-Pan American was a 65-58 loser in its last match on the road against Houston Baptist. Texas-Pan American got 18 points from Jared Maree but lost anyway, 65-58, to Houston Baptist on Saturday at Sharp Gym.

North Dakota was a 57-56 winner in their most recent outing at home against Utah Valley. North Dakota got 14 points from Troy Huff en route to a 57-56 victory over Utah Valley on Saturday at Betty Engelstad Sioux Center.