Tom Stryker - UL - Monroe vs Louisiana Tech


Tom Stryker
UL - Monroe vs Louisiana Tech
11/24/2021 07:30 PM
Bet Type
Point Spread
Louisiana Tech -16 (-110) (BetRivers)
#696 LOUISIANA TECH (-) over Louisiana-Monroe at 7:30 PM EST Since getting blasted in its season opener at No. 14 Alabama, Louisiana Tech has bounced back nicely in its last three games posting a perfect 3-0 SU mark. Matched up against a ULM squad that checks in off a pair of blowout victories over a couple of creampuffs in Champion Christian and Northwestern State, the Bulldogs will quickly make it four straight. Let's take a look inside the numbers. If you plan on fading Louisiana Tech inside the TAC (Thomas Assembly Center), you better have a darn good reason. Since the start of the 2018-19 season, the Bulldogs have posted a stunning 47-3 SU and 26-10 ATS record on their homecourt. In this run competing with four or more days of rest, head coach Eric Konkol's troops improve to a sensational 26-1 SU and 16-3 ATS including an incredible 13-0 SU and 10-0 ATS in their last 13 provided they do not take the court off a loss of four points or more. Also, in their last 15 in this series against the Warhawks, the Bulldogs own a perfect 15-0 SU record when playing in the TAC. Kudos to ULM for its last two victories. However, the Warhawks performances in their first two games of the season gives us a better picture of their abilities. Matched up against LSU and Auburn in games one and two, ULM lost to the first bunch of Tigers by 62 and the second bunch of Tigers by 28 points, respectively. On one of the toughest homecourts in all of college basketball, ULM is going to struggle. To make matters worse, as a double-digit underdog, the Warhawks hold a feeble 0-16 SU and 4-11-1 ATS mark in their last 16 battles. With four starters back from a team that won 24 games a year ago, the Bulldogs will use the strength of their tough homecourt to blowout the Warhawks on Wednesday night. Take Louisiana Tech. Thanks and best of luck, Tom.

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