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Ospreys vs Bruins College Hoops Game Preview

North Florida OspreysBelmont Bruins
March 5, 6:00 PM | Mercer University Center

North Florida Ospreys vs Belmont Bruins Odds

15-18TEAM RECORD29-4

The visiting Ospreys hope to send their backers to the pay window on Saturday as they look to cover the spread at Mercer University Center against the Belmont Bruins.

This game is part of the Atlantic Sun Tournament which will decide the conference champion and help decide March Madness seedings. Mercer University Center is the location for this game, which makes it a neutral-site matchup.

This season, the Bruins are 29-4 overall and 5-2 ATS ATS, while the Ospreys are 15-18 and 1-2 ATS against the number. As for the totals, Belmont boasts a 3-2 on the OU, and North Florida is 2-0.

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Power Rankings / Prediction:
The Bruins sit at No. 41 in the current college hoops power poll here at Odds Shark, while the Ospreys sit at No. 259 on the same chart. The computers running our scores simulations have concluded that the Bruins will win this game 88-64.

How They Match Up:
When it comes to rebounds, the visiting Ospreys rank No. 295 in NCAA Division 1 with 32.3 per game. That compares with Belmont’s No. 104 ranking in that category. The story is different when it comes to three-point shooting where Belmont is college basketball's No. 2-ranked team at 9.5 per game, while the Ospreys rate No. 188 with 6.1 per game.

Comparing how these foes stack up statistically, North Florida owns the country's No. 228-rated mark, allowing 72.8 points per game on the highway. Belmont, on the other hand, rates No. 10 in scoring at home.

North Florida was a 59-55 winner in their most recent outing on the road against East Tennessee State. They covered the 8.5–point spread as underdogs. The Ospreys got 13 points from David Jeune as North Florida ran past East Tennessee State 59-55 on Friday at Mercer University Center.