This is a matchup featuring two of the worst teams in the conference but St. Peter?s is going to run away with this one. Sixty-one percent of the public is riding what seems to be the obvious favorite in Quinnipiac, but they are not taking into account the physical toll of the double OT game they just played. Not to mention these teams squared off in January and St. Peter?s thumped Quinnipiac by 26. It?s no secret that St. Peter?s matches up extremely well vs. the Bobcats, covering four of their past five matchups. This matchup dominance continues tonight.
2-1 IN LAST 3 CBB ATS PICKS | +95
Indiana has turned around a rough Big Ten start, but only to an extent. A four-game win streak came against the bottom four teams in the standings, and was snapped Tuesday at Nebraska. Prior to the win streak, the Hoosiers lost to hapless Illinois, and to the Big Ten?s elite, including a 15-point defeat to the Buckeyes. OSU still has a chance at a regular-season co-championship in the Big Ten, enough motivation to bring it in Bloomington.
3-0 IN LAST 3 CBB ATS PICKS | +300
Samford has been favored just five times all season. But it has covered each time, and easily so (10 points past the line on average). In this instance, it?s a small spread against a VMI team it handled by 14 earlier this year. Aside a small cover against brutal The Citadel, VMI has not covered in any other game this season where the spread was under 8.5. Take Samford.
Houston has won and covered five straight, a surge that has landed the Cougars in the top 25 for the first time in 13 years. The surge includes their signature win, a comeback victory over Cincinnati. On Thursday, they face an erratic but resurgent Memphis club looking for a milestone win of its own and the chance to forge a winning record in conference play. The Tigers have won two straight since switching to a zone defense. Houston has a good chance to win out in the AAC, but Memphis has the best chance to spoil that bid.
35-28-1 IN LAST 64 CBB ATS PICKS | +506
Improving Detroit Mercy was dealt a blow when multiple players were ruled ineligible due to academics, including senior leader Jaleel Hogan. Grab Milwaukee to take advantage and get the cover Thursday.
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