The teams are no longer in the same conferences but there is definitely a lot of NCAA basketball history to consider in this matchup. Here are some trends and stats for this matchup between the Utah State Aggies and Long Beach State 49ers.
College basketball betting had these teams meeting all the time when both teams were in the Big West Conference. Now that the Aggies are in the WAC they don’t play as often. In fact, they have not met since Utah State joined the WAC. Utah State owned Long Beach State in the Big West, winning the last eight meetings.
For Long Beach State to win in college basketball betting they will need a big game out of guard Stephan Gilling who was the Big West Conference Player of the Week. He averaged 23 points in Long Beach State’s games last NCAA basketball betting week. He had 28 points and 18 points in the two games.
Long Beach State is not a college basketball betting pushover. They are even getting some attention in the Mid-Major poll, ranking 24th. They have already beaten Wisconsin Green Bay, who is also in that poll. Gonzaga is the top team in the Mid-Major poll.
Utah State has been solid in college basketball betting recently. Here are a few stats to guide your college basketball betting decisions for this game:
The Aggies are 4-1 ATS in their last 5 road games.
The Aggies are 6-2 ATS in their last 8 college basketball betting games overall.
The Aggies are 15-6 ATS in their last 21 non-conference games.
The Aggies are 4-1 ATS in the last 5 meetings against Long Beach State.
Long Beach State has really struggled at home lately in college basketball betting. The 49ers are 1-7-1 vs. the college basketball betting line in their last 9 home games.
The last five Utah State NCAA basketball betting games have gone under. 12 of the last 17 Utah State road college basketball betting games have gone under. Six of the last seven Long Beach State home games have gone over vs. the NCAA basketball betting odds. That continues a trend for the 49ers as 26 of their last 36 overall have gone over. In this college basketball betting series though, the last five meetings have gone under.