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Duke vs Vermont Basketball Prediction, Best Bets, Spread & Odds - NCAA Tournament First Round

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Duke vs Vermont Basketball Prediction, Best Bets, Spread & Odds - NCAA Tournament First Round

The No. 13 Vermont Catamounts (28-6) will be looking to move on to the second round of the NCAA Tournament when they take on the No. 4 Duke Blue Devils (24-8) on Friday. This 4-13 matchup in the South Region bracket tips off at 7:10 PM ET.

Before you place your bet on this game at FanDuel Sportsbook, here are the NCAA basketball odds and spreads you need to know.

Duke vs. Vermont Game Info and Odds

  • Game Day: Friday, March 22, 2024
  • Game Time: 7:10 PM ET
  • TV Channel: CBS
  • Location: Brooklyn, New York
  • Arena: Barclays Center

Take a look at some betting trends for Duke (-12.5) versus Vermont on Friday. The total has been set at 133.5 points for this game.

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Duke vs. Vermont: ATS Betting Stats and Trends

  • Duke has covered 18 times in 32 chances against the spread this season.
  • Vermont is 14-18-0 ATS this season.
  • Against the spread, the Blue Devils have played better when playing at home, covering 11 times in 18 home games, and five times in 11 road games.
  • Against the spread, the Catamounts have had better results on the road (7-7-0) than at home (5-10-0).

Duke vs. Vermont: Moneyline Betting Stats

  • Duke has come away with 21 wins in the 27 contests it has been listed as the moneyline favorite in this season.
  • The Blue Devils have a mark of 12-1 in contests where sportsbooks favor them by -900 or better on the moneyline.
  • Vermont has a 3-3 record in games it was the underdog on the moneyline (winning 50% of those games).
  • The Catamounts have never played a game this season with moneyline odds of +590 or longer.
  • Duke has an implied victory probability of 90% according to the moneyline set by sportsbooks for this matchup.

Duke vs. Vermont Head-to-Head Comparison

  • Duke is outscoring opponents by 12.4 points per game with a +397 scoring differential overall. It puts up 79.8 points per game (43rd in college basketball) and allows 67.4 per contest (55th in college basketball).
  • Kyle Filipowski is 121st in the nation with a team-leading 17.1 points per game.
  • Vermont's +318 scoring differential (outscoring opponents by 9.3 points per game) is a result of putting up 72.3 points per game (215th in college basketball) while giving up 63.0 per outing (seventh in college basketball).
  • TJ Long's 12.2 points per game paces Vermont and ranks 672nd in the country.
  • The Blue Devils come out on top in the rebound battle by an average of 4.9 boards. They are collecting 36.4 rebounds per game (121st in college basketball) compared to their opponents' 31.5 per contest.
  • Filipowski tops the Blue Devils with 8.1 rebounds per game (83rd in college basketball action).
  • The Catamounts win the rebound battle by an average of 1.2 boards. They are grabbing 34.9 rebounds per game (197th in college basketball) compared to their opponents' 33.7.
  • Shamir Bogues tops the team with 5.3 rebounds per game (510th in college basketball).
  • Duke puts up 105.4 points per 100 possessions (11th in college basketball), while giving up 89.1 points per 100 possessions (69th in college basketball).
  • The Catamounts rank 60th in college basketball averaging 100.3 points per 100 possessions on offense, and defensively are 35th, allowing 87.3 points per 100 possessions.

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