For many teams, the lack of fans or limited numbers in the stands has made their home and street splits less severe. This was not the case in Minnesota, however, as Purdue takes place here on Thursday.
Minnesota has played 8: 4: 1 against the spread at home this season compared to ATS 1: 5 on the road, and has one House to house difference of 30.1 points. The Golden Gophers outperform their competition at Williams Arena by an average of 13.1 points per game, but are outperformed by an average of 17 points.
After missing three games, the Boilermakers got their best scorer, Sasha, in their win over Northwestern Stefanovic, back but the 10.6 points per game goalscorer who makes 44.1 percent of his 3 point shots was not himself and scored four points in 14 minutes while shooting 0 for 3 out of 3 point Range.
Both teams rate allowable points per possession outside of the top 125, but Minnesota was significantly better at home, allowing 89 points per 100 possessions compared to 115.7 points per 100 possessions on the street, the largest home -v-possession. Road difference in the country.
Minnesota’s 18.1 made free throws per game in second place among the Schools of Division I, followed by Marcus Carr’s 97 with 78.2 percent. With Purdue ranked 271 for fouls committed per defensive game, Minnesota’s dominance on the home court continues on Thursday.
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