Watch Texas-El Paso vs. McNeese State: Live stream, TV channel, NCAAB game start time on Thursday

Who’s playing?

McNeese State @ Texas-El Paso

Current record: McNeese State 3-7; Texas-El Paso 5-4

What to know

The Texas-El Paso Miners will be looking to defend their building Thursday against the McNeese State Cowboys at 9 p.m. ET. Not winning even when the odds are against them, miners must feel especially confident when the spreads are in their favor.

Texas-El Paso beat New Mexico Lobos 77-69 on Sunday. Guard Keonte Kennedy was the highlight of the Texas-El Paso game, picking up 22 points along with eight rebounds.

Meanwhile, McNeese State took a hard hit last week when they fell 83-68 to the Louisiana Ragin Cajuns.

This next game looks promising for Texas-El Paso, who are favored with a full 15.5 points. Those lucky to them with Sunday odds may want to stop betting this time around as the team has yet to string consecutive wins with the odds.

Texas-El Paso’s win brings them up to 5-4 while the Cowboys’ defeat drags them down 3-7. Some numbers to keep in mind before you start: The Miners ranked 23rd in college basketball in terms of points required, with an average of 17.7. Less enviable, McNeese State is up against competition with 356th most goals per game in college basketball, with an average of 18.2. So the cards are definitely stacked against the McNeese State.

How to watch

  • When: Thursday at 9 p.m. ET
  • Where: Don Haskins Center – El Paso, Texas
  • Monitor: CBS Sports App

The odds

According to the latest news, The Miners is a favorite opponent of 15.5 points compared to Cowboys college basketball odds.

Bookmakers matched the betting community on this match, as the game opened with a 15.5 point spread and was right there.

Top / Bottom: -110

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Series History

This is the first time these teams have played against each other in six years. Watch Texas-El Paso vs. McNeese State: Live stream, TV channel, NCAAB game start time on Thursday

Curtis Crabtree

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