College basketball betting line odds have dropped quite a bit in recent seasons on Loyola Maryland as the Greyhounds have steadily improved.
Most basketball betting experts think Loyola can compete for the MAAC title this season. College basketball betting lines experts see that Loyola has four top scorers returning along with a wealth of experience. Loyola Maryland Greyhounds has a lot of depth. They get Joe Miles who averaged 11 points per game two years ago for Marshall according to college basketball betting lines experts. Point guard Brian Rudolph and redshirt freshman off guard Tony Lewis will also provide depth according to college basketball betting lines experts. Another intriguing prospect according to basketball betting experts is small forward Isaac Reid. He may spend the season on the bench getting ready for next year. The college basketball betting lines on Loyola is impacted most by Gerald Brown. He averaged 22.2 points per game according to basketball betting stats last year. Another excellent shooter is Marquis Sullivan who can hit the three according to college basketball line experts. The distributor for Loyola is Brett Harvey who averaged 4.2 assists and 2.4 turnovers per game according to college basketball line stats a year ago.
The frontcourt is in good shape with Omari Isreal, Michael Tuck, Hassan Fofana and Jawaan Wright as college basketball betting lines experts see it. Isreal averaged 9.1 points and 5.7 boards last year according to college basketball betting lines stats. College basketball betting lines experts see a starting lineup of Brett Harvey, and Marquis Sullivan at the guards. Gerald Brown is a third guard/forward that does it all while Michael Tuck and Omari Isreal are upfront as basketball betting experts see it.
Loyola set program records for MAAC regular-season victories and overall wins in a season last year according to college basketball betting lines stats. There is no doubt that Loyola will rely heavily upon Brown but they are talented all across the board. Michael Tuck who averaged 9.1 points per game was the MAAC’s Sixth Man of the Year last season. Loyola has the talent to win the MAAC title this year according to college basketball lines experts.