Binghamton Bearcats vs Vermont Catamounts Prediction, 3/7/2023 College Basketball Picks, Best Bets & Odds
Game: Binghamton Bearcats vs Vermont Catamounts
Date: Tuesday, March 7, 2023
Location: Patrick Gymnasium in Burlington, VT
The Binghamton Bearcats (13-17) are en route to Patrick Gymnasium on Tuesday where they will go up against the Vermont Catamounts (21-10).
The Binghamton Bearcats took the court against UMBC and walked away with a win by a score of 67-65 in their last contest. In regard to personal fouls, the Bearcats ended up walking away with 17 while UMBC totaled 21 personal fouls. They also converted 5 of 16 tries from long range. UMBC walked away from this one shooting 73.7% from the charity stripe by making 14 of their 19 tries. In addition, UMBC pulled down 28 boards (5 offensive, 23 defensive), but wasn't able to record a rejection. UMBC totaled 12 dimes and had 4 steals for the contest. In the matter of defense, Binghamton allowed the other team to shoot 41.1% from the floor on 23 of 56 shooting. They also distributed 10 assists for the matchup in addition to creating 7 turnovers and getting 3 steals. In the matter of grabbing boards, they compiled 35 with 5 of them being of the offensive sort. At the free throw line, the Bearcats knocked down 16 of 25 tries for a rate of 64.0%. Binghamton wrapped up the contest with a 45.1% field goal percentage (23 of 51) and converted 5 out of their 14 3-pointers.
Jacob Falko is one guy who came through in this game. He finished 50.0% from the floor and also dished out 1 assist. He played for 40 mins played and snagged 9 rebounds. He accumulated 16 points on 6 of 12 shooting.
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Binghamton enters this contest with a win-loss mark of 13-17 for the campaign. They have an average of 69.2 points per contest (245th in D-1) while shooting 45.1% from the field. The Bearcats are shooting 31.8% on 3-point shots (163 of 512) and 71.2% from the free throw line. As a team, Binghamton is pulling in 35.4 rebounds per game and has 351 assists this season, which has them ranked 314th in the nation in terms of passing the ball. They cough up possession 13.0 times per game and as a team are committing 18.2 personal fouls every game.
On defense, the Bearcats are forcing 11.0 turnovers on a nightly basis and they draw 16.6 personal fouls. They currently rank 18th in college basketball in giving up assists with 307 relinquished for the year. The Bearcats are giving up an opponent shooting percentage of 43.2% (748 of 1,731) and they concede 33.8 rebounds per contest as a team. They give up 32.9% on shots from beyond the arc and they are 217th in college hoops in opponents PPG (71.3).
When they last stepped on the court, the Vermont Catamounts walked away with a victory by a final of 84-57 against NJIT. The Catamounts earned 29 defensive boards and 8 offensive rebounds for a total of 37 for the game. They also turned it over 7 times, while getting 7 steals in the matchup. NJIT committed 10 fouls in this contest which got the Catamounts to the free throw line for a total of 10 shots. They were able to knock down 9 of them for a clip of 90.0%. When talking about shooting from distance, Vermont converted 11 of their 24 attempts (45.8%). When the final whistle blew, the Catamounts ended up going 32 for 63 from the field which gave them a rate of 50.8%. The Catamounts permitted NJIT to bury 22 out of 58 tries from the field which gave them a percentage of 37.9% in this contest. They went 40.0% from 3-point land by going 8 out of 20 and ended up shooting 5 out of 5 from the free throw line (100.0%). In regard to how they cleaned up the glass, Vermont permitted NJIT to get 27 in total (5 offensive).
Dylan Penn ended up being a factor for the Catamounts in the matchup. He converted 10 out of 14 in this matchup giving him a field goal percentage of 71.4%, and had 5 rebounds. He earned 23 points in his 27 minutes on the court and had 3 dimes for the matchup.
Vermont has a mark of 21-10 on the year. The Catamounts have committed 15.0 personal fouls every game and they hit 69.8% from the charity stripe. They are dishing out assists 13.6 times per game (147th in the country) and they cough up possession 9.6 times per game. Vermont has scored 2,259 pts this year (72.9 per game) and they average 31.5 rebounds per game. On the offensive side of the ball, the Catamounts are connecting on 47.2% from the field, which ranks them 42nd in the nation.
The Catamounts are ranked 95th in Division 1 in PPG given up with 67.2. They are able to force 11.5 TO's every game and allow teams to shoot 44.8% from the floor (261st in college hoops). The Vermont defense surrenders 35.5% on 3-point attempts (222 of 625) and their opponents are making 72.9% of their free throw shots. They surrender 11.1 dimes and 32.4 rebounds per game, which has them ranked 65th and 80th in college hoops.
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Guy Bruhn's Pick: Take Vermont
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