Don’t miss out on the NCAA showdown between the Tigers and Fightin’ Blue Hens. The game is starting at 2:00 ET on CBSS, and it’s hosted by the Fightin’ Blue Hens at Bob Carpenter Center in Newark, DE. Get ready to place your bets! The over/under line for this matchup is currently at 133 points, and Delaware is favored by -2.5 to win at home against Towson.

TOWSON TIGERS VS DELAWARE FIGHTIN’ BLUE HENS BETTING PICK

The Pick: Delaware Fightin’ Blue Hens -2.5

This game will be played at Bob Carpenter Center at 2:00 ET on Saturday, January 27th.

WHY BET THE DELAWARE FIGHTIN’ BLUE HENS:

  • We have this one finishing with a projected score of 76-68 in favor of the Fightin’ Blue Hens.
  • Not only will Delaware pick up the win, but look for them to cover at -2.5.
  • The over/under is currently sitting at 133 points, and we like the over with a projected 144 points.

Can Towson Pull Off A Win at Bob Carpenter Center?

After winning their last three games, Towson heads into their matchup against Delaware as underdogs. So far this season, the Tigers have gone 12-8, including a 5-2 record in Coastal Athletic Association play. On the road, they have gone just 3-4.

For the season, Towson has been the underdog in eight of their 20 games, going 3-5 in those matchups. They have gone 8-2 when favored.

As the underdog, Towson has gone 3-5 vs. the spread this season and 4-6 over their last 10 games as the underdog. On the road, the Tigers are 3-4 ATS this year and 5-5 over their last 10 road games vs. the spread.

Today’s over/under line of 133 is similar to the average over/under line in Towson’s games this season (132.5). So far, 12 of their games have finished with fewer points than 133. In their last three games, the over/under record is 2-1 with an average scoring total of 138 points compared to the season average of 132.3.

In their most recent game, the Tigers’ offense tallied 70 points, consistent with their ongoing season average of 67.7 points per game. Offensively, the Tigers have a season long field goal percentage of 42%, which is 340th in the nation. In terms of three-pointers, they are 212nd in percentage and 265th in three-pointers made.

Currently, the Tigers’ defense holds the 25th rank in the nation, allowing 64.3 points per game. Towson’s three-point defense is currently 39th in the country at 5.6 made threes per game. In terms of overall field goal percentage, opponets have hit 41.0% of their shots vs. Towson.

Do the Fightin’ Blue Hens Have What it Takes at Home?

Delaware enters today’s game against Towson as the favorite, as they are 9-2 this season when favored. At home, the Fightin’ Blue Hens are 5-4 this season, including a three-game winning streak.

Delaware has been a better team at home this season, as they are 6-4 in their last 10 games at home compared to 4-3 in conference play. They are 12-8 overall this season.

When looking at Delaware’s ATS record this season, they are 11-7. In games where they are the favorite, the Blue Hens are 6-5 vs the spread. At home, their ATS mark is 5-4 this year and over their last 10 games as the favorite, they are 5-5 vs the spread.

This season, the over/under record for Delaware games is 10-8. The average over/under line in their games is 143.7 and today’s line of 133 is lower than that. So far, 17 of their games have had higher over/under lines than 133. In their last three games, the over/under record is 2-1 and the average scoring total in those games is 151 points.

Coming off a good offensive performance, Delaware’s offense scored 90 points against North Carolina A&T. Their field goal percentage for the game was 50.7%, and they went 11/17 from the free-throw line. Jyare Davis is the current leading scorer for the team, with an average of 18.6 as they approach today’s matchup. In addition, Gerald Drumgoole brings a PPG average of 13.4 into the game.

Currently, the Fightin’ Blue Hens’ defense holds the 135th rank in the nation, allowing 71.2 points per game. In terms of field goal percentage allowed, Delaware’s defense has allowed opponents to shoot 43.5% from the field, including a three-point shooting percentage allowed of 32.8% this season.