Today’s College Basketball Predictions and Picks (Fade Memphis, Oregon State and Indiana on Thursday)

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BetSided’s Peter Dewey, Matt De Saro and Reed Wallach have told you about crashes in several games, and here are their top three predictions with all odds via WynnBET:

The Hoosiers have not only lost consecutive games but have not scored once in February. But, their final record was a 13-point win over Indiana at the end of January. It’s hard to ignore that last game but I think Indiana is in a much better position than it was then. Meanwhile, I think the exact opposite of Maryland.

Terps is on a three-game winning streak ATS and won 5-3 by margin when playing on the road.

I admit that the Hoosiers’ defense makes me nervous at the thought of taking out the underdogs. The Hoosiers are the team with the most scoring defense in the 50 and the top 10 in terms of effective goal-scoring rate on the opponent’s field. But, their offense did some things that I hate. This is especially true given Indiana’s free throw rate of 68.3, which ranks 283. They were also a very poor second-half scoring attack with an average of 34.5 points per game, or 275th in the standings. .

Hoosiers also lost the recovery battle. They give up more and make more mistakes. While ML is tempting, I’ll “play it safe” and get the Terps to spread. Though I’ll probably sprinkle some on them before I start.

Pick: Maryland +6.5 (-110) Lean: Maryland +225 to win – Matt De Saro

Follow all of Matt De Saro .’s betting selections THIS.

Temple has done a pretty good job of punching her weight in the AAC game this season, having yet to lose a single double-digit game this season.

The Owls have not played Memphis this season, but they have a great record against the defense that drives their revenue. Temple is fourth in the AAC in terms of turnover rate and also reaches the free-throw line with the highest percentage in the conference. By slowing this game down and turning it into a midfield game with lots of stoppage time, Aaron McKie’s team could hang in this double-digit spread.

The Tigers have played themselves back into the NCAA Tournament picture, following improved offensive power, but Temple has played elite defense over the past month, coming in at 21st in adjusted defensive effectiveness, according to barttorvik .com. This spread feels a bit wide for my likes and i will take the dog to keep it in single digits.

LEAN: Temple +11.5, play to +10.5 – Reed Wallach

All Reed’s College Basketball Plays Are Possible follow hereHis best bet on college basketball is 67-64-3 for -0.44 units.

Oregon State is not only one of the worst teams in the country, but it’s also lousy so far this season, 6-18-1.

Sorry.

However, Trojan is only 4-9 to the spread when favored by double digits this season, but I just really think we have to abolish the State of Oregon at every possible turn. The Beavers lost to USC by 10 in their first meeting this season.

Oregon State ranks 325th in the nation in terms of goalscoring percentage, trailed by an average of 9.1 points per game this season. It also falls outside the top 300 in terms of opponent points per game, effective on-field scoring percentage and three-take-per-game score.

Basically, Beavers are terrible on both sides of the ball, not ranking in the top 100 at anything other than opponent blocks per game. This team straight up stinks.

There was no choice but to support USC to cover, as Oregon State had been unreliable from a betting standpoint throughout the season.

Lean: USC -10 (-110)

Find Peter Dewey’s Complete Betting Profile this.

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