Montana Grizzlies vs. Stanford Cardinal ATS Prediction 11/06/19

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The Stanford Cardinal welcome the Montana Grizzlies to Maples Pavilion to open the new season. Action gets underway at 10 p.m. ET on Wednesday, November 6, 2019.

Montana Grizzlies vs. Stanford Cardinal Betting Odds

Following a 21-7 regular season campaign, Montana made the tournament as a 15 seed in the tournament last season. They were defeated in the First Round by the Michigan Wolverines. Meanwhile, Stanford was unable make the tournament following a 14-13 regular season campaign.

Last season, the Grizzlies had records of 21-7 straight up (SU) and 19-13 against the spread (ATS). Of Montana’s 32 games that accepted bets last season, 19 finished over the projected point total.

Meanwhile, the Cardinal owned records of 14-13 SU and 17-16-2 ATS last season. Converse to Montana, a little over half of Stanford’s games finished under the projected point total.

It will be a matchup of opposite paces as the up-tempo Cardinal will look to push the more methodical Grizzlies. Last season, the Cardinal ranked 81st in possessions per game while the Grizzlies were 247th. Moreover, the Grizzlies’ ninth-ranked offense (effective field goal percentage of 0.564) will go head-to-head against the Cardinal’s 54th-ranked defense (effective field goal percentage allowed of 0.479).

Montana Grizzlies at Stanford Cardinal ATS Pick

Prediction: SU Winner – Stanford, ATS Winner – Montana, O/U – Under

Betting Notes (2018-Present):

  • Stanford ranks 85th in rebounds per game (37.0) while Montana ranks 249th (33.6).
  • The Grizzlies average 6.5 steals per game, which ranks 116th in the NCAA. The Cardinal rank 161st in steals allowed per game (6.5).
  • Montana is 24th in the nation with 10.7 assists allowed per game while Stanford is 29th with 10.7 assists allowed per game.
  • The Cardinal rank 21st in blocks per game (4.7) while the Grizzlies rank 157th (3.0).
  • Stanford leads the nation with 16.6 three pointers allowed per game while Montana is 50th with 19.9 three pointers allowed per game.