The Georgetown Hoyas will be hosting the Notre Dame Fighting Irish at the Verizon Center in Washington. Both teams are currently ranked in the Associated Press poll. The Hoyas, who are fourth in the Big East with a 21-6 record and 11-5 conference record, are at #9. The Irish, who are #20, are third in the Big East with a 12-4 record and a 20-9 overall record.
Both teams have been close in many statistics. Georgetown is getting around 70 points in each game while Notre Dame is getting 68. Georgetown has 36 rebounds per game while Notre Dame is at 34.5. Check the College Basketball Lines for Georgetown Hoyas vs. Notre Dame Fighting Irish game.
Notre Dame was on a nine game winning streak that included wins over Syracuse and Marquette. However, that streak was snapped this past Saturday in a 61-58 loss toSt. John’s.
The Irish have three players that are getting at least 10 points in each game. Junior forward Jack Cooley is one of these players. He has 12.2 points per game and even has a 62.8% field goal percentage. This is the best total in the Big East. He is even getting 9.2 rebounds in each game.
The Hoyas have gone 3-1 since losing in overtime to Syracuse on February 8. The Hoyas’ last game was a 67-46 win at home against Villanova on Saturday. However, the one loss was a 73-55 loss to Seton Hall on February 21. Start your College Basketball Gambling action on Georgetown Hoyas vs. Notre Dame Fighting Irish game.
Freshman forward Otto Porter has recently become a starter with the Hoyas. He scored 15 points against Villanova in just his second start. He is also getting nearly seven rebounds in each game. Senior guard Jason Clark is still the team leader with 14.5 points in each game.
Georgetown is the slight favorite but this may be because they are playing at home for the second time in three days. The Hoyas are a -0.5 favorite. The payouts for either side will be -110 regardless of what one chooses. This should be a tight game that could determine the seeds for the Big East tournament.
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