The Holy Cross Crusaders (1-7) are expected to continue a six-game losing streak when they host the Boston University Terriers (2-4) as 4.5-point underdogs at 2:00 PM ET on Saturday, February 13, 2021 at Hart Center. The contest airs on ESPN+. The matchup has an over/under of 142 points.
The betting insights and predictions in this article reflect betting data from DraftKings as of February 13, 2021, 2:17 AM ET. See table below for current betting odds and CLICK HERE to bet at DraftKings Sportsbook.
Best Betting Odds
While DraftKings has the Terriers winning by 4.5, the model has the Crusaders taking home the victory, with a considerable margin between the two spreads (7.5 points). Take the Crusaders.
The model predicts a total 4.4 points higher than the one set by DraftKings for this game.
Prediction: Holy Cross 75, Boston University 72
Predictions are calculated by a data-driven algorithm (raw power score) that ranks head-to-head matchup results within a closed network of games. Prediction confidence is determined by the delta between each team’s raw power score.
Examining the Over/Under
- The Terriers’ average implied point total this season is 2.2 more points than their implied total in Saturday’s game (75.2 implied points on average compared to 73 implied points in this game).
- Boston University is attempting to surpass its implied point total for this matchup (73) for the second time this season.
- The average implied point total on the season for the Crusaders (80.1) is 11.1 more points than the team’s implied total in this matchup (69).
- Holy Cross has scored more than this game’s implied total of 69 points four times this season.
Implied totals are projected point totals for each team based on totals and spreads set by sportsbooks.
Boston University and Holy Cross Records ATS
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Against The Spread (ATS) records are only reflective of games that had odds on them.
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