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Colgate vs Monmouth 11/21/22 College Basketball Picks, Predictions, Odds

Monmouth Hawks (0-4) vs. Colgate Raiders (3-2)
November 21, 2022 7:00 pm EDT
The Line: Colgate Raiders -17.5 / Monmouth Hawks -17.5 ; Over/Under: -
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The Monmouth Hawks and the Colgate Raiders meet Monday in college basketball action from Cotterell Court. Monmouth is 0-4 overall this year and fresh off a loss to Norfolk State. As for Colgate, they’re 3-2 so far. The Raiders lost to Duquesne in their last outing. Check back all season long for free college basketball picks at Sports Chat Place.

Monmouth has faced some tough teams so far this year. The Hawks lost to Seton Hall 79-52 in their opener, then took an 89-42 blowout loss to Virginia. Game three was another loss, this time 103-65 to Illinois. 

The Hawks’ closest game so far came Thursday versus Norfolk State. Monmouth faced a 32-22 deficit in the first half but made a game of it in an eventual 64-59 defeat. Jack Collins topped the team on 14 points and three boards. 

Over on the Colgate side, they lost a tough one in their opener versus Buffalo, falling 88-87. The Raiders would go on to win their next three games however, taking out Brown 77-68, Wells College 93-60 and Syracuse 80-68. 

Colgate took another tough loss in game five versus Duquesne. The Raiders were down 48-34 going into the second half and couldn’t make the comeback in an 85-80 result. Ryan Moffatt led the way with 21 points and eight boards. 

PICK: I’m going to stay with Colgate here. The Raiders have been competitive so far this year and they’re scoring pretty well. In the loss to Duquesne, Colgate shot 43.5 percent from the floor with 20 team assists and a 36-34 rebounding advantage. On paper, the Raiders should be able to handle Monmouth. The Hawks haven’t scored more than 65 points all year so far. The door is open for a Colgate cover, but Monmouth could surprise. 

Andrew's Free Pick: Colgate Raiders -17.5

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Andrew has been writing about college, professional and fantasy sports betting since 2013. Andrew's goal is to break down the complicated numbers and trends into a language that's easily accessible to novice sports bettors and seasoned professionals alike.

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