Making on a bet on this NCAA game featuring the Wildcats versus the Bearcats? Tip off is at at 2:00 ET, and you can watch it all unfold on ESPN+. The game will be played at Events Center (Binghamton) in Binghamton, NY. The odds for this America East conference game currently have Binghamton as the -3.5 point favorite with the over/under line sitting at 145.5 points.

NEW HAMPSHIRE WILDCATS VS BINGHAMTON BEARCATS BETTING PICK

The Pick: Binghamton Bearcats -3.5

This game will be played at Events Center (Binghamton) at 2:00 ET on Saturday, March 2nd.

WHY BET THE BINGHAMTON BEARCATS:

  • We have this one finishing with a projected score of 75-68 in favor of the Bearcats.
  • Not only will Binghamton pick up the win, but look for them to cover at -3.5.
  • The over/under is currently sitting at 145.5 points, and we like the under with a projected 143 points.

Will the Wildcats Make it Happen in Binghamton?

Heading into their matchup with Binghamton, New Hampshire has lost two straight games. Over their last ten games, the Wildcats are 5-5 on the road.

New Hampshire’s record this season is 15-12. So far, they have gone 7-7 in America East play.

As the underdog, New Hampshire has gone 9-4 vs. the spread this season. On the road, the Wildcats have an ATS mark of 10-5 this year and are 6-4 in their last 10 road games. However, they have lost their last three games vs. the spread as the underdog and are 0-3 ATS in their last three road games.

The over/under record for New Hampshire this season is 13-12-1. So far, their games have had an average of 149.3 points compared to an average over/under line of 151.3, resulting in an average margin of -2 points. Today’s over/under line of 145.5 is lower than the average OU line in their games this year. Over their last three games, the OU record is 1-2 with an average scoring total of 157 points.

The New Hampshire offense is coming off a game where they scored 67 points against Albany. They posted a field goal percentage of 35.5% and connected on 9 threes. Offensively, the Wildcats hold a season-long field goal percentage of 41%, placing them 342nd in the national rankings. When it comes to three-pointers, they are ranked 255th in terms of percentage and 41st in three-pointers made.

Coming into today’s game, the New Hampshire defense is giving up an average of 74.5 points per contest. New Hampshire’s defense is coming off a game in which they allowed the Albany offense to knock down 54% of their shots on their way to putting up 91 points.

Do the Bearcats Have a Shot at a Home Win?

At home this season, Binghamton has gone 6-4, and they have gone 8-1 when favored. Their average scoring margin at home is +1.6 points per game. In their last game, the Bearcats lost to Massachusetts-Lowell by a score of 87-80. Over their last three games at home, they have gone 1-2.

Overall, Binghamton has gone 13-14, and they are 4-9 in America East play. They have gone 9-5 during non-conference action. This season, they have gone 4-10 on the road, and their average scoring margin on the road is -9.5 points per game.

As the favorite this season, Binghamton has gone 6-3 vs. the spread. Over their last three games at home, the Bearcats are just 1-2 ATS and they have gone 4-5 ATS at home this season. In their last 10 games as the favorite, Binghamton is 6-4.

Today’s over/under line of 145.5 is higher than the average over/under line in Binghamton’s games this season (143.7). So far, 15 of their games have finished with more points than today’s line. Over their last three games, the over/under record is 2-1.

Coming off a good offensive performance, Binghamton’s offense scored 80 points against Massachusetts-Lowell. Their field goal percentage for the game was 50.7%, and they went 6/13 from the free-throw line. Offensively, the Bearcats hold a season-long field goal percentage of 45%, placing them 150th in the national rankings. When it comes to three-pointers, they are ranked 388th in terms of percentage and 344th in three-pointers made.

Binghamton’s defense is currently in line with the NCAA average for points allowed, allowing an average of 72.0 points per game. So far, the Binghamton defense is giving up an average of 7.8 offensive rebounds per game and are turning teams over 11.4 times per game (548th).