Jacksonville Dolphins at Presbyterian Blue Hose Betting Prediction

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The Jacksonville Dolphins (4-5) will travel to the Ross E. Templeton P.E. Center to challenge the Presbyterian Blue Hose (4-4). Action starts at 7 p.m. ET on Tuesday, December 4, 2018.

Jacksonville Dolphins vs. Presbyterian Blue Hose Betting Odds

Both teams were victorious in their last game. The Blue Hose beat the North Carolina A&T Aggies 75-70, while the Dolphins won a close one over the South Carolina State Bulldogs 71-69.

Jacksonville’s 0.500 effective field goal percentage was their biggest strength over South Carolina State, who had a rate of 0.440. The Dolphins’ mark was above their season average of 0.496. The Blue Hose, on the other hand, made 17 of their 20 free throws (85.0 percent) and held the Aggies to an offensive rebounding percentage of 15.6 (below their season average of 28.7). Francois Lewis played well for Presbyterian, recording 15 points. Jacksonville rallied around Jalyn Hinton, who contributed seven points, 11 rebounds and eight blocks.

Getting to the line might be scarce for Presbyterian in this contest. The Blue Hose rank 318th in the NCAA with a free throw attempt (FTA) rate of 0.198, while Jacksonville ranks 11th in FTA rate allowed (0.200) since last season. This game should be a matchup of contrasting paces. The fast-paced Dolphins rank 23rd in possessions per game, while the more half-court oriented Blue Hose rank 327th.

Jacksonville at Presbyterian ATS Pick

Basketball Tip: SU Winner – Presbyterian, O/U – Over

Betting Notes (2017-Present):

  • Jacksonville ranks first in blocks per game (4.2) while Presbyterian ranks 266th (2.1).
  • The Dolphins rank 27th in assists allowed per game (12.9) while the Blue Hose rank 181st (13.6).
  • Jacksonville ranks 190th in rebounds per game (35.7) while Presbyterian ranks 314th (32.4).
  • The Blue Hose rank 19th in steals allowed per game (5.0) while the Dolphins rank 244th (6.8).
  • Presbyterian ranks 44th in three pointers attempted per game (25.5) while Jacksonville ranks 235th (18.6).