Last Updated: 2017-11-21
The Air Force Falcons (3-0), 7-point favorites, look to extend their hot start when they meet the winless Pacific Tigers (0-3) at Clune Arena. Action gets underway at 9 p.m. ET on Tuesday, November 21, 2017.
Pacific Tigers at Air Force Falcons ATS Odds
In their last outing, the Falcons defeated the UAPB Golden Lions, 57-47, while the Tigers fell to the Nevada Wolf Pack, 89-74.
Air Force dominated nearly every facet of the game. They had a phenomenal free throw rate of 0.420 and an offensive rebounding percentage of 38.5. UAPB was 0.083 and 15.2, respectively, for those same stats. Pacific, on the other hand, had a better turnover percentage (11.6 vs. 11.7). Ryan Manning played well for Air Force with 20 points and seven rebounds. Meanwhile, Jahlil Tripp had a good outing for Pacific, contributing 24 points and 15 rebounds.
Second-chance opportunities might be rare for Air Force in this meeting. The Falcons rank 264th in offensive rebounding percentage (27.2 percent), while Pacific ranks 17th in defensive rebounding percentage (75.5 percent) since last season.
Since last season, the Tigers are 11-25 straight up (SU) and 13-20 against the spread (ATS). Games involving Pacific have had a slight tendency to finish under the projected point total since last season (54.5 percent).
The Falcons, meanwhile, have records of 15-21 SU and 14-13-1 ATS since last season. Games involving Air Force have had a slight tendency to go under the projected point total over that same stretch (53.6 percent).
Pacific Tigers at Air Force Falcons Betting Pick
Predictions: SU Winner – Pacific, ATS Winner – Pacific, O/U – Under
Betting Notes (2016-Present):
Air Force ranks 130th in three pointers attempted per game (22.0) while Pacific ranks 305th (16.5).
The Falcons rank 147th in blocks allowed per game (3.4) while the Tigers rank 234th (4.1).
Pacific averages 37.0 rebounds per game, which ranks 101st in the NCAA. Air Force ranks 105th in rebounds allowed per game (34.1).
The Falcons rank 82nd in assists per game (14.9) while the Tigers rank 256th (11.8).
Air Force ranks 156th in steals per game (6.1) while Pacific ranks 267th (4.7).