OddsShark Top Sportsbooks

*Terms and Conditions apply to all bonus offers on this website. Please visit operator for details.

NIT betting" Northwestern vs Washington

Northwestern WildcatsWashington Huskies
March 16, 10:00 PM | Alaska Airlines Arena

Northwestern Wildcats vs Washington Huskies Odds

19-13TEAM RECORD22-10

The college hoops wagering menu features an NIT betting clash between Washington and Northwestern on Friday, with the Huskies trying to win and cover the NCAA basketball point spread.

Supporters of the Wildcats have watched them go 19-13 and 13-13-1 ATS on the year, while the Huskies are at 22-10 and 16-14 ATS. In totals betting, the Huskies are 15-14-1, while the Wildcats have a 17-10 mark.

View Northwestern vs Washington Odds and Stats.

Power Rankings / Prediction:
The Power Rankings at Odds Shark show No. 228-rated Northwestern taking on the No. 44-rated Huskies in this contest. The scores prediction computer here indicates a possible 76-73 win for the Huskies on Friday.

How They Match Up:
When it comes to rebounds, the visiting Wildcats rank No. 333 in NCAA Division 1 with 29.3 per game. That compares with Washington’s No. 7 ranking in that category. The story is different when it comes to three-point shooting where Washington is college basketball's No. 184-ranked team at 6.1 per game, while the Wildcats rate No. 5 with 9 per game.

Defensively, Northwestern features the nation's No. 253-rated defense on the road, allowing 73.1 points per game. Washington, meanwhile, comes in at No. 20 nationally in scoring at home.

Northwestern was a 76-74 winner in its last match at home against Akron. They failed to cover the 6-point spread as favorites. Drew Crawford scored 27 points for Northwestern on Tuesday, leading the Wildcats to a 76-74 win over Akron at Welsh-Ryan Arena.

Washington won its last outing, an 82-72 result against Texas-Arlington on March 13. They covered in that game as a 9.5-point favorite. The Huskies grabbed an 82-72 win over the Mavericks on Tuesday, behind a 23-point effort from Terrence Ross at Alaska Airlines Arena.