SportsLine’s model showed its CBB picks, and best bets for Boston University against Colgate

The Patriot League’s contenders meet on Friday afternoon as the Colgate Raiders take on the Boston University Terriers. Colgate (8-10) is leading the Patriot standings with 4-1 in conference play. Boston is 14-8 overall, and 5-4 in league play. From a betting perspective, Colgate is only 4-8 against the spread at home and Boston is 1-7 against the spread at home.

Tipoff will take place at 2 p.m. ET. Caesars Sportsbook has the Raiders listed as slight 1.5-point road favorite in the Colgate vs. Boston University betting odds. The total point spread is 137.5. Before you lock in any Boston University vs. Colgate picks be sure to review the college basketball predictions from the SportsLine Projection Model.

The SportsLine Projection Model simulates every Division I college game 10,000 times. The model enters the season in Week 12, with a 49-36 record for all top-rated college picks. This returns almost $700. The computer model generated a profit of $2800 per $100 player over the last five years. It has been a huge success for anyone who has tried it.

The model is now focusing on Colgate and Boston U and has just entered its picks as well as CBB predictions. To see the picks, you can go to SportsLine. These are the college basketball betting lines for Boston U vs. Colgate

    • Colgate vs. Boston University spread: Colgate -1.5
    • Colgate vs. Boston University under: 137.5 points
    • COL: 7-9 ATS for the season
    • BOS: 9-10 ATS for the season

Colgate has the right coverage

After their NCAA Tournament win last year, the Raiders didn’t have much success in non-conference play. They’ve been heating up in league play. After losing to Lehigh in their opening match, they have won four consecutive games, including wins over Army and Navy. All teams that have won in conference play.

NellyCummings leads team with 16.3 points per games. He manages an offense that averages 74.3 point. The Raiders are able to move the ball well with 16.3 assists per match, ranking them among the top 40 nationally. Their defense has been outstanding during their recent winning streak, allowing only 53.8 points per match.

Boston University has the right coverage

Terriers are also performing well, entering this matchup with a winning streak of three games. The Terriers have been scoring on offense and reached the 80-point plateau in their last two games. This is well above their season-long average of 69.4 points per game.


Javante Mccoy (6.5 ppg), and Walter Whyte (12.9ppg) provide much of Boston’s offense. Forward Sukhmail Mathon averages a double-double of 15 points and 10.2 rebound per game.