Bucknell vs. Army Line, Picks: Advanced Computer College Basketball Form triggers picks for Wednesday’s game

The Army Black Knights host Bucknell Bison in a Patriot League game at 6 p.m. ET on Wednesday. The Army favors 6.5 at home, while Over-Under is set at 148.5 (see updated odds for each game this week on the college basketball odds page). Before making any Bucknell vs. Army, you need to check your college basketball predictions from the SportsLine Projection model.

The SportsLine Projection Model simulates every college Division I basketball game 10,000 times. Over the past five years, the proprietary computer model has earned an impressive $2000 versus $100 players on top-rated college basketball picks for the difference. Anyone who followed it has seen huge returns.

The model knows Bucknell leads the Patriot League in the free throw, making nearly 74 percent of the attempts. That could prove crucial on the sidelines, and Bucknell ranks in the conference top three in shooting efficiency, three-point accuracy, and free-throw rate this season. Bucknell is a top 35 national player in three-point shooting, with 37.1 percent of triples overall and 38.2 percent in team play. The Army is last in the Patriots League in permitted shooting efficiency, with opponents firing 55.0 percent in two-point attempts against the Black Knights.

The model also knows that the Army overthrew Bucknell in January, and that the Black Knights had distinct advantages. The Army leads the Patriot League in free-throw creation rate this season, and the Black Knights also receive over 28 percent of available rebounds on the offensive glass. Bucknell was last in the Patriots League with defensive efficiency, showing off a porous resistance. The Bison allows opponents to shoot at 39.2 percent from a three-point range, and Bucknell is third in the rankings in terms of allowable shooting efficiency, creating turn rate, and rifling rate.

Now, she has set her sights on Bucknell vs. Army. We can tell you that the model leans under the total, it also says One aspect of the spread hits in more than 50 percent of simulations! You absolutely need to see it before locking in any college basketball options.

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