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Washington State Cougars vs Wyoming Cowboys in CBI tournament quarter final betting matchup

Wyoming CowboysWashington State Cougars
March 19, 10:00 PM | Friel Court

Wyoming Cowboys vs Washington State Cougars Odds

21-11TEAM RECORD16-16

Washington State will look to advance to the CBI's Final Four on Monday when they host Wyoming in NCAA basketball odds action at Friel Court.

The Cougars currently sports a 16-16 record overall and they will be favored in CBI tournament quarter final odds menus.

The Cowboys are 21-11 and 15-12 ATS. Betting totals have seen the Cougars produce a 14-16 OVER/UNDER record on the season, while the Cowboys have gone just 11-15-1 against the number.

View Wyoming vs Washington State Odds and Stats.

Power Rankings / Prediction:
The Cougars sit at No. 225 in the current college hoops power poll here at Odds Shark, while the Cowboys sit at No. 135 on the same chart. The computers running our scores simulations have concluded that the Cowboys will win this game 71-66.

How They Match Up:
Rating these schools in several key categories is important for handicappers and Washington State has the nation's No. 152-rated offensive output, at 68.8 PPG. The visiting Cowboys defense ranks No. 6 allowing on average 56.1 PPG. The Cougars FG% has averaged 46.7% so far, more than the Cowboys marksmen have achieved on the year, 45.1% per game.

Defensively, Wyoming features the nation's No. 9-rated defense on the road, allowing 58.7 points per game. Washington State, meanwhile, comes in at No. 172 nationally in scoring at home.

Wyoming won its last outing, a 78-75 result against North Dakota State on March 14. They failed to cover in that game as a 9.5-point favorite. The Cowboys got a 22-point performance from Leonard Washington, who added 11 rebounds, as Wyoming ran past North Dakota State 78-75 on Wednesday at Arena-Auditorium.

Washington State won its last outing, an 89-75 result against San Francisco on March 13. They covered in that game as a 6-point underdog. Washington State earned an 89-75 victory over San Francisco on Tuesday, getting 24 points from Brock Motum at War Memorial Gymnasium.