Weber State Wildcats vs Colorado State Rams Prediction, 11/14/2022 College Basketball Picks, Best Bets & Odds

Free choice

Game: Weber State Wildcats vs. Colorado State Rams

Date: Monday 14 November 2022

Location: Moby Arena in Fort Collins, CO

TV: Hulu Live TV

The Weber State Wildcats (1-1) travel to Moby Arena on Monday where they face off against the Colorado State Rams (1-0).

The Weber State Wildcats faced western Colorado and clinched victory with a final 83-67 in their last contest. When it comes to personal fouls, the Wildcats walked away with 13 and Western Colorado finished the game with 17 personal fouls. They made 12 of their 26 attempts from three-point range. Western Colorado landed at the free throw line with 55.6%, burying 5 of their 9 attempts. Additionally, Western Colorado pulled off 33 rebounds (8 offensive, 25 defensive) but failed to earn a rejection. Western Colorado totaled 16 dimes and had 5 steals in the game. In terms of defense, Weber State missed 40.3% on 25 of 62 shots. They also gave out 12 assists, managed 13 turnovers, and earned 7 steals in that game. In terms of rebounds, they have compiled a total of 31, 6 of which are of the offensive variety. From the free throw line, the Wildcats sunk 15 of 18 attempts with an 83.3% percentage. Weber State left the game after scoring a 50.8% FG percentage (30 of 59) and converting 8 of his 20 3-pointers.

Dillon Jones is one player who has made it through to this competition. He finished the game with 60.0% off the field and earned 5 dimes. He was 30 minutes on the hardwood and also grabbed 12 boards. He finished with 21 points on 6 out of 10 shooting.

Get all of our NCAA basketball betting tips

Weber State will go into this game with a 1-1 win-loss record so far this year. They turn it over 13.5 times per match and as a team they commit 17.0 personal fouls in each game. As a unit, Weber State is amassing 27.5 rebounds per game and is sitting at 20 cents so far this season, which ranks 139th in the nation in terms of passing the rock. The Wildcats connect 27.9% from downtown (12 of 43) and 83.8% from the charity strip. They currently average 67.5 points per game (259th in college hoops) and 44.2% from the field.

Defensively, the Wildcats force their opponents to 14.0 turnovers per game and draw 18.0 fouls. They refrain from shooting from outside the perimeter 40.0% and rank 201st nationally in PPG Allowed (68.0). The Wildcats’ defense allows for a 43.4% opponent FG percentage (49 out of 113) and as a group they are rebounding at 34.0 per fight. They rank 278th in college basketball for giving up assists, with 22 clean sheets for the campaign.

When they last played, the Colorado State Rams defeated Gardner-Webb by a final score of 65-63. The Rams grabbed 26 defensive rebounds and 1 offensive rebound, 27 total for the game. They also turned it over 16 times while grabbing 4 steals in that matchup. Gardner-Webb earned 21 fouls in the matchup, which put the Rams to the free-throw line for a total of 21 attempts. They were able to execute 14 of the free throw attempts with a rate of 66.7%. In terms of shots fired from outside the perimeter, the state of Colorado made 7 out of 13 attempts (53.8%). When the game was over, the Rams fired 22 of 44 from the field, giving them a 50.0% shot percentage. The Rams allowed Gardner-Webb to convert 23 of 54 attempts from the floor, giving them a 42.6% odds in the contest. They went from beyond the perimeter 31.8% by scoring 7 of 22 and walked away from that one by shooting 10 of 16 from the charity strip (62.5%). In terms of cleaning the glass, Colorado State allowed Gardner-Webb to pull down a total of 30 (6 on the offensive glass).

Isaiah Rivera ended up being an influence for the Rams in the game. He converted 4 of 9 for the matchup, giving him a 44.4% field goal percentage, and racked up 7 rebounds. He accumulated 11 points in his 36 minutes on the court and earned 2 cents for the matchup.

Colorado State has a 1-0 record so far this season. The Rams commit 17.0 fouls in each game and walk 66.7% off the charity streak. They give out assists 13.0 times per game (ranked 201st in Division 1) and lose possession to turnovers 16.0 times per game. Colorado State has 65 points so far this season and they’re grabbing 28.0 rebounds per game. In terms of offensive execution, the Rams connect 50.0% from the floor, which ranks 96th in college basketball.

The Rams rank 151st defensively in college basketball in points allowed per game with 63.0. They force their opponents to 16.0 TOs per game and have made teams shoot from the floor 42.6% (213th in college hoops). Colorado’s defense is giving up 31.8% from downtown (7 of 22), and opponents are knocking off 62.5% of their shots from the charity strip. They give up 8.0 cents and 33.0 boards per contest, which ranks 79th and 145th in the nation.

Who will win today’s NCAA basketball game against the spread?

Josh Schonwald’s Pick: Take the state of Colorado

Get $60 FREE Premium Members. No obligation. No seller. No credit card. Fast Signup with Instant Access Click Here