Planning on watching today’s Pride and Fighting Camels game? Catch the action at Pope Convocation Center in Buies Creek, NC, as the Fighting Camels hosts this showdown at 2:00 ET on FloH. The Pride are the favorites in this Coastal Athletic Association conference matchup the against the Fighting Camels. The over/under for the game is set at 135.5 points.
HOFSTRA PRIDE VS CAMPBELL FIGHTING CAMELS BETTING PICK
The Pick: Campbell Fighting Camels +9.5
This game will be played at Pope Convocation Center at 2:00 ET on Saturday, January 13th.
WHY BET THE CAMPBELL FIGHTING CAMELS:
- We have this one finishing with a projected score of 75-67 in favor of the Fighting Camels.
- Not only will Campbell pick up the win, but look for them to cover at +9.5.
- The over/under is currently sitting at 135.5 points, and we like the over with a projected 142 points.
Is A Road Victory Likely for Favored Hofstra?
So far this season, Hofstra has been favored in 11 of their 16 games, going 7-4 in those contests. On the road, the Pride have gone just 3-6 this year, and they have lost their last five games away from home.
Overall, Hofstra is 8-8, including a 1-2 mark in the Coastal Athletic Association. In their most recent game, the Pride fell to Northeastern by a score of 71-68.
When looking at Hofstra’s ATS record this season, they are currently 6-8-1. On the road, they have gone 4-5 vs. the spread. Over their last 10 games as the favorite, the Pride have gone 5-4-1. In their last 3 games as the favorite, they are 0-3 ATS.
So far this season, the over/under record for Hofstra games is 5-10 and today’s line of 135.5 is lower than the average over/under line in their games of 148.6. Currently, their games have an average scoring total of 146.5 points per game. Over their last three games, the over/under record is 1-2 and the average scoring total is 139 points.
Compared to their season average of 75.4 points per game, Hofstra struggled in their previous game. Against Northeastern, the Pride scored 68 points while finishing with a field goal percentage of 47.3%. For the season, the Hofstra offense has struggled to get to the free-throw line, ranking just 364th in terms of free-throw attempts per game. Their overall field goal percentage is currently 46%.
At this time, the Pride’s defense is positioned 158th in the country, permitting 71.2 points per game. Hofstra’s defense is coming off a game in which they allowed the Northeastern offense to knock down 54% of their shots on their way to putting up 71 points.
Is a Home Win Possible for the Fighting Camels?
After losing their last game to Delaware by a score of 68-62, Campbell comes into this game with a record of 7-9. They have gone 3-3 at home this season, and over their last 10 games at home, they have gone 7-3. So far, they have gone 1-5 as an underdog.
This season, Campbell has an average scoring margin of +0.3 points per game at home. They have gone 1-2 in conference play compared to 6-7 in non-conference games. Their record in the Coastal Athletic Association is 7-9.
As the underdog, Campbell has been solid vs. the spread this year, going 4-2. Their overall ATS mark is 6-7. At home, the Fighting Camels have gone 3-3 vs. the spread. Over their last 10 games as the underdog, Campbell has an impressive ATS record of 8-2.
On average, Campbell’s games this season have finished with 131 points, which is a bit lower than today’s over/under line of 135.5. So far, 7 of their games have finished with more points than today’s OU line. In their last three games, the over/under record is 1-2 with an average of 139 points scored in those matchups.
In their recent matchup, the Campbell offense ended with 62 points against Delaware. They finished with an overall field goal percentage of 39.7% and made 8 threes. Jasin Sinani led the team in scoring, putting up 16 points. Additionally, Elijah Walsh contributed 15 points for the Fighting Camels.
So far, the Fighting Camels’ defense is ranked 51st in the country at 65.2 points per contest. The Campbell defense is coming off a game in which they gave up a total of 68 points and allowed Delaware to connect on 8 threes.