Dayton vs. Loyola Chicago Prediction, Odds: 2023 college basketball picks, Feb 17 best bets from proven model

The Dayton Flyers (17-9) play the Loyola Chicago Ramblers (9-16) in an Atlantic 10 conference matchup Friday night. The Flyers have been playing good basketball lately and have won four of their last five games. On February 10, Dayton defeated Saint Louis 70-56. Meanwhile, Loyola Chicago just cracked their two-game sled. On Tuesday, the Ramblers topped UMass 64-62.

Tipoff from Chicago’s Gentile Arena is scheduled for 7:00 p.m. ET. The Flyers are 7-point favorites in Caesars Sportsbook’s latest Dayton vs. Loyola odds, while the over/under for total points scored is 131. Before making a Loyola vs. Dayton pick, be sure to review college basketball predictions and betting advice from the SportsLine projection model.

The SportsLine projection model simulates each Division I college basketball game 10,000 times. The model kicks off week 15 of the 66-38 season with this season’s best college basketball picks and grossing nearly $1,700 for $100 players. Everyone who has followed him has seen huge returns.

Now the model has set its sights on Dayton vs. Loyola and just laid out its picks and CBB predictions. You can now visit SportsLine to see the model selection. Here are the college basketball lines and trends for Loyola vs. Dayton:

  • Spread Dayton vs. Loyola Chicago: Flyer -7
  • Dayton vs. Loyola Chicago over/under: 131 points
  • Moneyline Dayton vs. Loyola Chicago: Flyers -320, Ramblers +250
  • TAG: Under is 4-1 in the Flyers’ last five away games against a team with a losing home record
  • LOY: Under is 6-0 in the Ramblers’ last six Friday games
  • Dayton vs. Loyola Chicago tips: See tips at SportsLine

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Why Dayton can cover

Sophomore Guard DaRon Holmes II is an athletic and energetic big man up front. Holmes II was a good scorer over the edge and is capable of defending the buckey at speed. The Arizona native is fourth in the conference in both scoring (17.5) and rebounds (7.9). He also leads the block conference Atlantic 10 (1.9). On January 28, Holmes II recorded 17 points and nine rebounds.

Sophomore striker Mustapha Amzil has demonstrated the ability to clear the ground and be a solid marksman from beyond the arc. Amzil shoots 35.1% of three on 3.1 attempts. The Finn native finds his way onto the lane consistently, averaging 9.6 points and 4.8 rebounds per game. He has hit double digits in 12 matchups so far.

Why Loyola can cover

Junior forward Philip Alston consistently finds his way from dribbling to the lane due to his strength and speed. Alston leads the team in scoring (14.4) with 5.6 rebounds and 1.1 blocks per game. The Ohio native also distributes the floor and puts down 41.1% of his 3-point attempts. On Jan. 31, he recorded 22 points, six rebounds and went 4 of 9 from downtown.

Senior guard Braden Norris was a space-creating facilitator. Norris hastily scans the ground to find the open man who ranks first in assists on the team (4). The Ohio native also possesses a smooth shooting shot, making 38.6% of his 3-pointers while averaging 11.4 points per game. He’s made at least four 3-pointers in three straight games. In his last game, Norris had 17 points, five rebounds and five assists.

How to make Loyola vs. Dayton picks

SportsLine’s model tilts across the total, projecting 135 combined points. The model also says that one side of the spread has all the value. The model selection is only available from SportsLine.

So who will win Dayton vs. Loyola? And which side of the spread has all the value? Visit SportsLine now to see which side of the spread you need to jump to and find out. Dayton vs. Loyola Chicago Prediction, Odds: 2023 college basketball picks, Feb 17 best bets from proven model

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