Southeast Missouri State Redhawks at Vanderbilt Commodores ATS Prediction 11/06/19

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The Vanderbilt Commodores welcome the Southeast Missouri State Redhawks to Memorial Gym to get their seasons started. The game is scheduled to start at 8 p.m. ET on Wednesday, November 6, 2019.

Southeast Missouri State Redhawks vs. Vanderbilt Commodores ATS Odds

Last season, Vanderbilt did not make the tournament following a 9-22 regular season. Southeast Missouri State also failed to reach the tournament after a 10-21 regular season.

Last season, the Redhawks had records of 10-21 straight up (SU) and 12-14 against the spread (ATS). Vegas had a tendency to set the total a little low when Southeast Missouri State is involved, as 16 of their 26 games gone over the O/U total.

Meanwhile, the Commodores were 9-22 SU and 8-21 ATS last season. In accordance with Southeast Missouri State, games including Vanderbilt went over the projected point total 55.2 percent of the time.

The physical Vanderbilt offense might be living from the free throw line in this showdown. Last season, the Commodores ranked 44th in the country with a free throw attempt (FTA) rate of 0.273, while Southeast Missouri State been among the nation’s most foul-prone squads (giving up a 219th-ranked FTA rate of 0.241).

Southeast Missouri State at Vanderbilt ATS Pick

Prediction: SU Winner – Vanderbilt, ATS Winner – Southeast Missouri State, O/U – Under

Betting Notes (2018-Present):

  • Vanderbilt ranks 90th in three pointers allowed per game (21.0) while Southeast Missouri State ranks 275th (25.0).
  • The Commodores rank 159th in rebounds per game (35.5) while the Redhawks rank 239th in rebounds allowed per game (36.6).
  • Southeast Missouri State ranks 186th in steals per game (5.9) while Vanderbilt ranks 252nd (4.8).
  • The Commodores rank 82nd in assists allowed per game (12.0) while the Redhawks rank 246th (14.8).
  • Vanderbilt averages 3.9 blocks per game, which ranks 82nd in the NCAA. Southeast Missouri State ranks 183rd in blocks allowed per game (3.7).