College Hoops Picks ATS-Feb. 20: Dartmouth Big Green at Penn Quakers

Ryan BrennanSenior Analyst IFebruary 20, 2009

Dartmouth Big Green (4-4, 6-16) at Penn Quakers (4-3, 8-13)

Friday, Feb. 20—7:00 PM EST


Preview

These two teams are headed in opposite directions.

After a disappointing start to conference play, Penn has won three games in a row (all since last Friday) and are tied for third in the Ivy standings.

Dartmouth started conference play hot—they won some very close games, and their first two conference losses came by one and five points. Unfortunately for the Big Green, they lost both of their games last weekend, including a double OT duel with Ivy-leading Cornell. Given their disappointing non-conference record of 2-12, it only seems like a matter of time before their luck runs out.

The last time these two teams faced each other, Dartmouth won by three points at home.

 

By The Numbers

 RecordConfATSRPISOSPFPA
Dartmouth6-164-48-433129962.368.4
Penn8-134-36-921818967.069.9

 

 FG%D. FG%3P%D. 3P%FT%RPGSPGAPGTPG
Dartmouth41.143.833.738.362.636.06.410.214.2
Penn42.043.632.338.370.437.27.414.814.4

 


Prediction

 

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