Norfolk State vs. Morgan State odds, line: 2021 MEAC Championship picks, predictions from proven model

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A spot in the 2021 NCAA Tournament will be on the line when the Norfolk State Spartans take on the Morgan State Bears on Saturday in the 2021 MEAC Tournament Championship Game. Norfolk State will host at Scope Arena and is the No. 2 seed in the MEAC after a 15-7 season, while Morgan State is coming off a 14-7 season that earned it the No. 3 seed. Tip-off is scheduled for 1 p.m. ET on Saturday and this will be the fifth time that these conference foes have met this season.

After losing the first meeting on Jan. 9, the Norfolk State has won each of the last three head-to-head meetings, but all four games this year have been decided by five points or fewer. The Spartans are two-point favorites with the over-under for total points at 145 in the Norfolk State vs. Morgan State odds from William Hill Sportsbook. Before entering any Morgan State vs. Norfolk State picks, you’ll want to see the college basketball predictions and betting advice from the model at SportsLine.

The SportsLine Projection Model simulates every Division I college basketball game 10,000 times. Over the past four-plus years, the proprietary computer model has generated an impressive profit of over $ 2,600 for $ 100 players on its top-rated college basketball picks against the spread. It has also returned over $ 400 on all top-rated college basketball picks this season. Anyone who has followed it has seen huge returns.

Now, the model has set its sights on Norfolk State vs. Morgan State. You can head to SportsLine to see its picks. Here are several college basketball odds for Morgan State vs. Norfolk State:

  • Norfolk State vs. Morgan State spread: Norfolk State -2
  • Norfolk State vs. Morgan State over-under: 145 points
  • Norfolk State vs. Morgan State money line: Unavailable
  • NORFOLK: Spartans lead the MEAC in 3-point shooting percentage (35.6)
  • MORGAN: Bears lead the conference in offensive rebounds per game (13.8)
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What you need to know about Norfolk State

The Spartans are coming off a dominant 87-58 win over North Carolina Central to begin their 2021 MEAC Tournament campaign. The team went 14-of-29 from the 3-point line, while limiting the Eagles to just 31.7 percent shooting from the floor. Joe Bryant Jr. was a dominant force on Thursday with 30 points to lead all scorers.

Bryant shot 10-for-16 from the floor and 7-for-10 from the 3-point line in the victory and is averaging 11.3 points per game for the season. Devante Carter also impressed in the win, nearing a triple-double with 10 points, 10 rebounds and nine assists. Carter leads the Spartans in scoring (15.6 ppg), rebounding (5.2 rpg) and assists (4.0 apg) entering Saturday.

What you need to know about Morgan State

Morgan State didn’t have its most efficient night offensively in an 82-61 win over Coppin State in the semifinals. However, the Bears did dominate the glass (48-36 rebounding advantage) and forced Coppin State into 19 turnovers to earn the comfortable victory.

De’Torrion Ware poured in 29 points and also had 15 rebounds in 29 minutes off the bench in the victory on Friday. Ware also chipped in four assists and two steals and is averaging 17.2 points and 5.7 rebounds per game. Second-leading scorer Troy Baxter (16.1 ppg) struggled from the field in the win, going just 1-of-8 and scoring seven points. The Bears will need a bigger offensive night from the former UNLV and FGCU transfer.

How to make Norfolk State vs. Morgan State picks

The model is leaning over on the total, projecting the teams to combine for 155 points. It also says one side of the spread hits well over 60 percent of the time. You can only see the pick at SportsLine.

So who wins Norfolk State vs. Morgan State? And which side of the spread hits well over 60 percent of the time? Visit SportsLine right now to see which side of the spread you need to jump on, all from the computer model that has crushed its college basketball picks.

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