The Florida State Seminoles (4-1) will be at home in the Donald L. Tucker Center when they take on the Chicago State Cougars (3-3). Tip-off is scheduled for 7 p.m. ET on Monday, November 25, 2019.
Chicago State Cougars at Florida State Seminoles Odds Preview
The Cougars defeated the North Park Vikings in their last contest, 79-66. Jace Colley led Chicago State in scoring with 22 points on 9-for-19 shooting. Chicago State played a nearly flawless game. They had a phenomenal offensive rebounding percentage of 42.5 (above their season average of 24.7) and a free throw rate of 0.313 (above their season average of 0.240). North Park had marks of 14.7 and 0.133, respectively, for those same stats.
In the Seminoles’ last game, they beat the Saint Francis U Red Flash, 80-65. Florida State’s Trent Forrest played a pivotal role with 13 points and five rebounds. Florida State dominated nearly every facet of the game. They had an extraordinary offensive rebounding percentage of 46.9 (above their season average of 30.6) and an effective field goal percentage of 0.542 (above their season average of 0.498). Saint Francis U was 30.3 and 0.454, respectively, for those same stats.
From an effective field goal percentage perspective, Florida State figures to have a substantial advantage. Dating back to last season, the Seminoles defense ranks 35th in effective field goal percentage allowed (0.468), while the Chicago State offense ranks 341st in effective field goal percentage (0.457).
Chicago State at Florida State Betting Prediction
Pick: SU Winner – Florida State, ATS Winner – Florida State, O/U – Under
Betting Notes (2018-Present):
The Seminoles rank 39th in blocks per game (4.5) while the Cougars rank 242nd (2.3).
Florida State ranks 143rd in three pointers allowed per game (21.9) while Chicago State ranks 311th (27.1).
Florida State ranks seventh in assists allowed per game (9.8) while Chicago State ranks 298th (17.4).
The Seminoles rank 79th in rebounds per game (37.5) while the Cougars rank 311th (31.7).
Florida State ranks 46th in steals allowed per game (5.4) while Chicago State ranks 257th (7.6).