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NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball First Four
New Orleans Privateers vs Mount St. Mary’s Mountaineers
DATE: Tuesday, March 14, 2017.
TIME: 06:40 PM ET
WHERE: UD Arena
March Madness betting trends
The total has gone under in seven of Mount St. Mary’s last eight games as an underdog.
New Orleans is 3-0 SU and ATS in its last three games as a favorite.
Mount St. Mary’s is 15-3 SU in its last 18 games.
Mount St. Mary’s is 15-3 over its last 18 games, while the University of New Orleans is 8-2 over its last 10. So two teams who’ve been playing some good ball as of late hook up when the Mountaineers and Privateers tip off the 2017 NCAA tournament with a First Four game Tuesday night in Dayton, Ohio.
Point spread: The Privateers opened as 2.5-point favorites, according to sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark. (Line updates and matchup report)
March Madness betting pick, via OddsShark computer: 69.3-65.5 Mountaineers (College basketball picks on every game) (Download the NCAA tournament bracket)
UNO pulled off the double in the Southland Conference this season, winning six of its last eight games to claim the regular-season title and taking the conference tournament crown by outlasting Texas A&M-Corpus Corpus Christi in overtime Saturday 68-65. So the Privateers are making their first appearance at the Big Dance since 1996.
New Orleans trailed the Islanders by seven points at halftime Saturday but forced overtime with a couple of late free throws before prevailing. WATCH LIVE STREAMING.
Led by forward Erik Thomas, the Southland Conference Player of the Year who’s averaging almost 20 points and eight rebounds per game, New Orleans is shooting 47 percent from the floor this season, while holding opponents to less than 44 percent shooting. The Privateers have also out-rebounded six of their last 10 foes.