Don’t miss out on the NCAA showdown between the Fighting Camels and Dragons. The game is starting at 2:00 ET on FloH, and it’s hosted by the Dragons at Daskalakis Athletic Center in Philadelphia, PA. Get ready to place your bets! The odds for this Coastal Athletic Association conference game currently have Drexel as the -11.5 point favorite with the over/under line sitting at 139 points.

CAMPBELL FIGHTING CAMELS VS DREXEL DRAGONS BETTING PICK

The Pick: Campbell Fighting Camels +11.5

This game will be played at Daskalakis Athletic Center at 2:00 ET on Saturday, February 17th.

WHY BET THE CAMPBELL FIGHTING CAMELS:

  • We have this one finishing with a projected score of 74-70 in favor of the Dragons.
  • Even though we have Drexel winning straight-up, we like Campbell at +11.5.
  • The over/under is currently sitting at 139 points, and we like the over with a projected 144 points.

Is a Road Win Possible for the Fighting Camels?

After losing their last game to Monmouth, 88-87, the Campbell Fighting Camels enter this game with a record of 12-14. Over their last ten games, they have gone 3-7, and they are currently on a two-game losing streak.

On the road this season, Campbell has gone 3-9, and they are averaging -7.0 points per game. As the underdog, they have gone 5-10, and they are 5-15 overall.

As the underdog this season, Campbell has gone 10-5 against the spread. On the road, the Fighting Camels have an ATS mark of 7-5, including a perfect 3-0 ATS record in their last three road games. Over their last 10 games as the underdog, Campbell has an ATS record of 7-3.

This season, Campbell games have an over/under record of 13-9-1. So far, the average over/under line in their games is 135.7 points and their games have averaged 139.1 points. Today’s over/under line of 139 points is higher than the average OU line in their games. Over their last three games, the over/under record is 3-0 and those contests have averaged 169 points.

Campbell finished with 87 points in their game against Monmouth. This total surpasses their season-average of 70.3 points per game. The team’s top scorer is Anthony Dell’orso, who comes into today’s matchup with an average of 18.7, while Laurynas Vaitaras also maintains a PPG average of 10.7 leading up to the game.

So far, the Fighting Camels’ defense is ranked 103rd in the country at 69.5 points per contest. Campbell’s three-point defense is currently 183rd in the country at 7.7 made threes per game. In terms of overall field goal percentage, opponets have hit 39.0% of their shots vs. Campbell.

Are Drexel Ready for a Home Win?

With a 9-1 record at home this season, Drexel has been dominant in their own building. They have won their last nine games at home, and they have gone 10-0 in their last ten games at home. On the season, they are outscoring opponents by an average of 13.4 points per game at home.

So far this season, Drexel has been favored in 17 of their 26 games. They have gone 13-4 as the favorite, and they have a 16-10 record overall. In their last game, they beat Hofstra by a score of 79-77.

When looking at Drexel’s ATS record this season, they are currently 11-14. At home, they have gone 6-4 vs. the spread. Over their last 10 games as the favorite, the Dragons are 5-5. In their last 3 games at home, Drexel has gone just 1-2 ATS.

Today’s over/under line of 139 is higher than the average over/under line in Drexel’s games this season (135.8). Currently, their over/under record is 11-13-1, and over their last three games, the over/under record is 2-1. On average, the scoring total in their games this season is 136.8 points per game, and in their last three games, the average scoring total is 145 points.

Drexel finished with 79 points in their game against Hofstra. This total surpasses their season-average of 72.6 points per game. Amari Williams is the current leading scorer for the team, with an average of 12.3 as they approach today’s matchup. In addition, Justin Moore brings a PPG average of 12.2 into the game.

At this time, the Dragons’ defense is positioned 35th in the country, permitting 65.3 points per game. Drexel’s defense is coming off a game in which they allowed the Hofstra offense to knock down 52% of their shots on their way to putting up 77 points.