Boston College Eagles vs. South Florida Bulls ATS Prediction 11/10/19

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The Boston College Eagles (1-0) will travel to the Yuengling Center to meet the South Florida Bulls (1-0). The game starts at 12 p.m. ET on Sunday, November 10, 2019, and will air on CBS Sports Network.

Boston College Eagles at South Florida Bulls Betting Odds

Both teams were victorious in their last game. The Bulls easily got past the UAPB Golden Lions 70-41, while the Eagles beat the Wake Forest Demon Deacons 77-70.

Boston College played a nearly perfect game. They had a turnover percentage of 8.7 and a free throw rate of 0.274. For those same stats, Wake Forest was 19.7 and 0.210, respectively. South Florida, meanwhile, dominated every facet of their game. They had an offensive rebounding percentage of 32.4 and a turnover percentage of 15.8. For those same stats, UAPB was 15.6 and 28.2, respectively. David Collins had a solid performance for South Florida with 18 points. Boston College, meanwhile, was led by Derryck Thornton, who recorded 23 points.

When looking at effective field goal percentage, South Florida figures to have a substantial edge. Dating back to the 2018-19 season, the Bulls defense ranks 54th in effective field goal percentage allowed (0.478), while the Boston College offense ranks 287th in effective field goal percentage (0.485).

Boston College Eagles vs. South Florida Bulls Odds Pick

Basketball Tip: SU Winner – South Florida, ATS Winner – South Florida, O/U – Over

Betting Notes (2018-Present):

  • South Florida ranks 25th in rebounds per game (39.1) while Boston College ranks 293rd in rebounds allowed per game (38.8).
  • The Eagles rank 99th in blocks allowed per game (3.0) while the Bulls rank 242nd (4.3).
  • South Florida averages 13.6 assists per game, which ranks 143rd in the country. Boston College ranks 209th in assists allowed per game (13.9).
  • The Bulls rank 22nd in steals per game (8.1) while the Eagles rank 253rd (5.3).
  • South Florida ranks 43rd in three pointers allowed per game (19.8) while Boston College ranks 252nd (24.5).