College Basketball Betting News and Notes Friday, January 25

College Basketball Betting News and Notes Friday, January 25

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-- Milwaukee won its last three games vs Green Bay by 13-1-6 points; Phoenix lost last three visits here, by 20-1-13 points, as home teams are 6-1 in last seven series games. Green Bay is 0-8 on road, this year, 0-3 in conference play, losing by 11-8-12 points. Panthers lost 14 of their last 16 games; three of their five converence losses are by 10+ points. Horizon single digit home underdogs are 5-3 vs spread.
-- Loyola won four in row, nine of last 11 games vs Manhattan, beating them twice LY by combined total of 3 points; Greyhounds won last six visits to Draddy Gym, winning by 19-19-4-6-15-2 points. Jaspers turn ball over 26.5% of time; they've lost 10 of last 13 games- they're 2-1 at home in MAAC, with only loss to Rider by 9. Loyola won five of last six games; six of their eight MAAC games were decided by 6 or less.
-- Rider won three in row, 18 of last 21 games vs Canisius; Griffins lost eight of last nine visits to Broncs' Zoo, losing by 3-7-4-10-51-13-16-24 points. Canisius lost last four road games, by 15-5-3-10 points, but they are improved (12-7, 5-3) under Baron, shooting 39% behind arc. Rider is on 5-game win streak, allowing 55.2 ppg; they turn ball over 23.7% of time, but won last three home games, by 19-7-5 points.
-- Iona blew 10-point halftime lead, lost 64-62 at St Peter's Dec 5, just second loss to Peacocks in last seven series games. St Peter's lost its last two visits to Iona by 18-37 points. Gaels won six of last seven games; they're 4-0 at home in MAAC, winning by 11-8-10-11 points. St Peter's lost its last six games, last five all by 11+ points. MAAC double digit home favorites are 5-2 against the spread.
-- Home side won last ten Niagara-Siena games; Eagles lost last seven in Albany by 6-12-16-17-18-2-12 points. Saints lost 87-64 at Niagara last week; Eagles made 12-24 from arc, 57% inside arc. Siena lost 13 of last 15 games but won last two at home; their only two MAAC home losses are by 6-4 points. Niagara won its last seven MAAC games, winning on road by 1-17-3 points. MAAC home underdogs are 8-4 vs spread.

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Games to Watch
By David Schwab
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Loyola (MD) Greyhounds vs. Manhattan Jaspers 

The MAAC will take center-stage on Friday night in a very light schedule with the Greyhounds looking to keep pace in the conference title race. They are 5-2 SU in the MAAC with a road game against Fairfield on Monday before Friday night’s tilt against the Jaspers. Loyola is 13-6 SU and 7-6 ATS. It is 2-4 SU (2-2 ATS) on the road this season and the total has gone OVER in four of its last six games. The Greyhounds are averaging 65.3 points a game with Dylon Cormier leading the way with 17.4 points a game.

Manhattan has lost four of its last five games to fall to 5-13 SU on the year and 3-5 SU in conference play. It is 8-8 ATS overall and 3-2 ATS at home with the total staying UNDER in four of its last six games overall. The Jaspers are ranked near the bottom of Division I in scoring with an average of just 58.4 points a game while shooting 40.6 percent from the floor.

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MAAC teams continue to streak against the spread
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Check out some of the wild against the spread runs the MAAC has produced of late.

Canisius - A money earner during non-conference play (6-2 ATS) the betting markets caught up to the Golden Griffins who are on a 1-5 ATS slide in conference action.

Fairfield - The Stags have been streaky. They failed to cover a single pointspread during November, ripped off five of their next six, but have struggled in MAAC play covering only one of their last six games.

Manhattan - The Jaspers struggled mightily following the loss of do-everything guard George Beamon (16.8 ppg, 6.2 rpg) who was lost for the year in early December. But they've been ultra-competitive in MAAC play (+5 scoring through eight games) and as a result have cashed five of their last six tickets.

Niagara - The Purple Eagles have morphed into a title contender with seven straight league wins. They covered all but one of those contests.

Rider - The hottest team in the league, the Broncs have won five straight and covered seven straight. They are a perfect 8-0 ATS vs. the MAAC heading into tonight's showdown vs. Canisius.

St. Peter's - The Peacock had a few showings early in the season that suggested they may be improved (SU wins vs. Rutgers and Iona). But the wheels have fallen off with six straight SU and ATS losses in league play.

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