Northern Kentucky Norse vs. Coastal Carolina Chanticleers Free Prediction 11/12/19

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It figures to be a high-scoring affair as the Northern Kentucky Norse (1-1) travel to Coastal Carolina to take on the Chanticleers (1-1). The game’s Over/Under (O/U) opened at 144 points and it gets underway at 7 p.m. ET on Tuesday, November 12, 2019.

Northern Kentucky Norse vs. Coastal Carolina Chanticleers ATS Odds

In their last contest, the Chanticleers had no trouble getting past the Hampden-Sydney Tigers, 102-66, while the Norse were beaten by the Missouri Tigers, 71-56.

Coastal Carolina dominated nearly every facet of the game. They had a solid turnover percentage of 9.9 and an effective field goal percentage of 0.605. Hampden-Sydney was 22.2 and 0.407, respectively, for those same stats. Northern Kentucky, meanwhile, had a better turnover percentage (15.1 vs. 16.1). Coastal Carolina was lifted by Garrick Green, who had 24 points and eight rebounds. Tyler Sharpe, meanwhile had a good outing for Northern Kentucky, finishing with 18 points.

This battle figures to be a high-scoring affair as a pair of the NCAA’s best offenses face off. Coastal Carolina ranks 56th with 110.5 points per 100 possessions and Northern Kentucky is 34th (112.7) since last season.

Northern Kentucky Norse at Coastal Carolina Chanticleers Pick

College Basketball Pick: SU Winner – Coastal Carolina, ATS Winner – Coastal Carolina, O/U – Over

Betting Notes (2018-Present):

  • Northern Kentucky averages 24.6 three pointers per game, which ranks 76th in the country. Coastal Carolina ranks 275th in three pointers allowed per game (25.7).
  • The Norse average 3.9 blocks per game, which ranks 87th in the NCAA. The Chanticleers rank 123rd in blocks allowed per game (3.2).
  • The Norse rank 11th in assists per game (16.9) while the Chanticleers rank 160th in assists allowed per game (13.1).
  • Northern Kentucky averages 6.5 steals per game, which ranks 123rd in the nation. Coastal Carolina ranks 164th in steals allowed per game (6.4).