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Missouri Tigers vs. Colorado St. Rams Gambling Prediction & CBB Preview

Tigers vs Rams MidWest Region Spread/Handicapping

The Rams are riding the Mountain West Conference wave this year. They had another very good season losing just 8 games all season long and finishing second in the MWC.

NCAA Tournament – Midwest Bracket
#8 Colorado State Rams vs #9 Missouri Tigers
Thursday March 21
Rupp Arena – Lexington, KY
Moneyline: Missouri -160, Colorado State +140
Spread: MIssouri -3 at DSI

O/U: 142.5

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Colorado State

All but one of their conference losses was on the road as they beat everyone in the league but leader New Mexico. Coach Larry Eustachy is proving once again what a quality coach he is.

This team is looking to show a little better than last year when they lost to Murray State in the round of 64, scoring just 41 points.

Colorado State is led by transfer center Colton Iverson who is surrounded by 4 returning starters. This team has experience and is committed to rebounding the ball which is key for games like these. This team has balanced scoring with Iverson leading a group of 4 players averaging more than 11ppg. Iverson and forward Pierce Hornung both average more than 9 rebounds per game.

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The worry for this team is on the perimeter where they might be a step slow compare to Mizzou.

As an under the radar team that was succeeding I would have thought that CSU would have a better ATS record than just 13-15. One thing I like about the Rams is they don’t turn the ball over.

That will be key in making sure that Mizzou doesn’t go on the kind of run that would put the game out of reach.


The Mizzou Tigers are the most frustrating team in the county for me. They have everything you need to be a really good college basketball team but it hasn’t come together this season. Yes they have have had some new faces to integrate but the switch in leagues should have meant more dominance not less. [ad-6571516]

In terms of talent they are definitely top 20 and now they get a chance to show it.

I believe I am correct that Mizzou is the only team in the country with 6 players averaging double figures in scoring. This why they are so frustrating when late in games they appear not to be able to get a good shot. When they slow things down to salt away a game they are in trouble.

There is so much experience on this team it would be a shame to go to waste. Forward Alex Oriakhi was on UConn’s championship game a couple of seasons back.

Last year Missouri had an epic fail losing in the round of 64 as a #2 seed to Norfolk State. There is not near as much pressure this year so maybe they will play a little more loosely. They have not been kind to bettors this year with a 14-15 ATS record so buyer beware.

This team can beat any in the tournament but it can also lose at any time.

Spread Pick: Missouri -3
O/U Pick: Under
Score Prediction: Missouri 70 – Colorado State 60


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