Colorado State Rams vs Boise State Broncos Prediction, 2/13/2022 College Basketball Picks, Best Bets & Odds
Game: Colorado State Rams vs Boise State Broncos
Date: Sunday, February 13, 2022
Location: ExtraMile Arena in Boise, ID
ExtraMile Arena is where the Boise State Broncos (18-5) will meet the Colorado State Rams (18-3) on Sunday.
The Colorado State Rams stepped onto the hardwood against Nevada and earned the victory with a final of 82-72 in their last contest. Concerning fouls, the Rams finished with 15 and Nevada recorded 23 fouls. They also converted 9 of their 24 tries from three-point range. Nevada finished 69.2% from the free throw line by burying 9 of their 13 shots. Moreover, Nevada grabbed 22 rebounds (1 offensive, 21 defensive), but didn't have a block. Nevada distributed 16 assists and had 3 steals in the game. Pertaining to defense, Colorado State allowed 55.1% from the field on 27 of 49 shooting. They also distributed 16 dimes for this contest as well as forcing 14 turnovers and getting 6 steals. When it comes to hauling in boards, they earned a total of 25 with 3 of them being of the offensive sort. At the free throw line, the Rams converted 22 of their 27 shots for a rate of 81.5%. Colorado State walked away from the contest having earned a 51.0% FG percentage (25 out of 49) and converted 10 out of their 22 shots from 3-point land.
David Roddy is one player who was a contributor for the contest. He scored 29 points on 11 out of 14 shooting. He played for 37 mins and grabbed 8 boards. He finished 78.6% from the floor and totaled 3 assists.
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Colorado State will enter this matchup with a mark of 18-3 on the year. They turn the ball over 10.4 times per contest and as a team they commit 15.2 fouls per contest. As a unit, Colorado State is collecting 32.6 rebounds per contest and is sitting with 315 dimes for the year, which has them ranked 160th in the nation in terms of passing the rock. The Rams are connecting on 37.8% on shots from beyond the arc (172 of 455) and 78.8% from the free throw line. They are averaging 77.5 points per contest (46th in the country) while shooting 49.3% from the field.
When they are on defense, the Rams have forced 12.9 turnovers every game and they draw 18.0 fouls. They rank 45th in college basketball in giving up assists to their opponents with 239 conceded on the year. The Rams are allowing a field goal percentage of 42.9% (513 of 1,196) and they surrender 31.4 boards per game as a team. They are relinquishing 33.3% on shots from downtown and they are ranked 136th in the nation in PPG allowed (67.4).
When they last stepped on the court, the Boise State Broncos walked away with a victory by a final of 76-60 against San Jose State. In relation to rebounding, Boise State permitted San Jose State to collect 20 in total (2 on the offensive glass). They finished 36.7% from three-point range by going 11 of 30 and ended up going 5 of 6 from the charity stripe (83.3%). The Broncos allowed San Jose State to bury 22 of 48 attempts from the floor which left them with a shooting percentage of 45.8% for this game. When the final whistle was blown, the Broncos walked away from this one shooting 27 for 58 from the field which gave them a percentage of 46.6%. In terms of 3-pointers, Boise State knocked down 8 of their 29 attempts (27.6%). They were able to knock down 14 of them for a rate of 87.5%. San Jose State had 19 personal fouls for the game which got the Broncos to the free throw line for 16 shots. They also gave up possession of the ball 12 times, while getting 9 steals for the contest. The Broncos recorded 21 defensive rebounds and 10 offensive rebounds for a total of 31 in this contest.
Tyson Degenhart was important for the Broncos for this game. He buried 9 out of 14 for the matchup giving him a field goal percentage of 64.3%, and had 8 rebounds. He recorded 23 points in his 34 mins on the court and had 2 assists for this contest.
Boise State has a mark of 18-5 this year. On the offensive side of the ball, the Broncos are shooting 43.4% from the floor, which is 222nd in the nation. Boise State has totaled 1,563 points so far this season (68.0 per game) and they pull in 36.8 boards per game. They are assisting teammates 11.3 times per contest (301st in college hoops) and they turn it over 12.3 times per contest. The Broncos commit 15.0 personal fouls per game and they go 62.2% from the free throw line.
The Boise State defense allows 32.1% from downtown (120 of 374) and opponents are knocking down 71.7% of their free throw shots. They relinquish 8.9 dimes and 30.7 total rebounds per game, which is 4th and 23rd in the nation. The Broncos on the defensive end are ranked 7th in college basketball in PPG surrendered with 59.0. They are able to force 13.6 TO's per game and allow teams to shoot 41.1% from the field (74th in college basketball).
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