Notre Dame Vs Boston College Odds, Free Pick & TV InfoNoah Williams
Just two weeks after the Fighting Irish beat Boston College by eight in South Bend, Notre Dame will try to sweep the season series this Saturday when they meet for the second and final time. The Fighting Irish won the first tilt on the back of Jerian Grant and Steve Vasturia’s 17 points apiece.
"It got to 25 so fast, you worry about concentration and focus a little bit," Notre Dame coach Mike Brey said after the win. "Then the guy throws in a half-court shot at halftime and I’m thinking … but I never expect a league game to be easy."
"We have to have everyone on our team come to play and we had some key guys not play hard or well tonight," Boston College coach Jim Christian responded about his team losing a third game in a row at the moment.
Dan Shulman on ESPN: "It seems like every year @NDmbb exceeds everyone's preseason expectations."
— Jack Nolan (@NDJackNolan) February 19, 2015
Notre Dame’s Projected Starting Lineup: Zach Auguste (F), Demetrius Jackson (G), Steve Vasturia (G), Jerian Grant (G), Pat Connaughton (G).
Boston College’s Projected Starting Lineup: Aaron Brown (F) Dimitri Batten (G) Dennis Clifford (G), Patrick Heckmann (G) Olivier Hanlan (G).
A Closer Look At The Notre Dame Vs Boston College Odds & My Free Pick
Matchup: (10) Notre Dame Fighting Irish at Boston College
Date: Feb. 21, 2015
Start Time: 4:00 p.m. ET
Location: Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts
Stadium: Silvio Conte Forum
TV Info: ESPN 3
Radio: Notre Dame Vs Boston College
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The Irish have won their last two games over Clemson Wake Forest, improving to 23-4 this season, 11-3 inside the ACC and 9-10 against the spread. Notre Dame a top 20 offensive team, averaging 79.5 points per game, and allowing 65.3 PPG. They are 205th in rebounds per game, 35th in assists, and a jaw-dropping 2nd best in field goal percentage. Senior guard Jerian Grant is their top offensive threat with 17.3 points per game.
On the other side, the Eagles are losers of six in a row, including an 89-86 defeat against the Miami Hurricanes that needed double OT before deciding a winner. Boston College is 9-15 this season, 1-11 vs. fellow ACC opponents and 12-8 against the spread. They put up an average of 64.9 points per game and allow 66.7. BC is also ranked 301st in rebounding, 142nd in assists and 184th field goal percentage, with junior guard Olivier Hanlan leading the team with 18.1 PPG.
Hanlan's 64 pts are 6th most in nation in consecutive games this year; could be 3rd player w/3-straight 30+ games pic.twitter.com/EI81AHJHcH
— BC Men's Basketball (@BCHoopNews) February 20, 2015
Notre Dame is 2-4 ATS in its last 6 games on the road, 5-2 SU in its last 7 on the road, 8-15 SU in its last 23 on the road, and 2-4 SU in its last 6 when playing on the road against Boston College.
Boston College is 0-4-1 SU in its last five games, 0-5 SU in its last five at home, and 1-8 SU in its last nine when playing Notre Dame.
The Eagles are 0-8 when they trail at halftime and 1-10 when outshot by its opponent.