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CBI Tournament - Seattle Redhawks vs Loyola of Chicago Ramblers College Basketball Betting Preview

Seattle Redhawks

vs

Loyola of Chicago Ramblers
Wednesday, March 25, 2015 8:00 PM ET
Joseph J. Gentile Center

Seattle Redhawks will go to the free throw line vs Loyola of Chicago Ramblers on Wednesday, hoping to boost its 18-15 record with a victory while beating the betting lines set by odds makers.

Seattle Redhawks vs Loyola of Chicago Ramblers Opening Odds and Betting Line

Sportsbooks (including Bovada) had the Loyola of Chicago Ramblers betting line as -9.5-point favorites in this particular matchup earlier in the day. Also, watch for the opening over/under total value at TopBet.

Seattle Redhawks vs Loyola of Chicago Ramblers Odds and Stats.

Team Betting Records & Power Rankings

This college basketball season, the Loyola of Chicago Ramblers are 21-13 overall and 19-12 ATS, while the Seattle Redhawks are 18-15 and 12-7 ATS. As for the betting totals, Loyola of Chicago boasts a 10-16 on the OU, and Seattle is 8-11.

According to new college basketball power rankings here at Odds Shark, it's the No. 126-ranked Loyola of Chicago Ramblers and the No. 270-rated Seattle Redhawks in this matchup.

How Seattle Redhawks vs Loyola of Chicago Ramblers Stats Matchup

Rating these schools in several key categories is important for handicappers and Loyola of Chicago has the nation's No. 216-rated offensive output, at 62.74 PPG. The visiting Seattle Redhawks defense ranks No. 44 allowing on average 61.58 PPG. The Ramblers FG% has averaged 47.15% so far, more than the Loyola of Chicago Redhawks marksmen have achieved on the year, 44.32% per game.

Recent Outings Betting Recap

Seattle got 22 points from Jarell Flora en route to a 72-65 victory over Colorado on Monday at KeyArena.

Loyola of Chicago earned a 86-78 victory over Oral Roberts on Monday, getting 19 points from Earl Peterson at Joseph J. Gentile Center.

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