Akron vs. Ohio odds, lines: Advanced computer college basketball model releases picks for Mid-American Conference matchup

Bill Mount

The Ohio Bobcats resume play after a three-week layoff due to COVID-19 when they take on the Akron Zips in a key Mid-American Conference matchup on Tuesday. Tip-off from the Convocation Center in Athens, Ohio, is scheduled for 2 p.m. ET. Ohio is a 1.5-point favorite at William Hill Sportsbook, […]

The Ohio Bobcats resume play after a three-week layoff due to COVID-19 when they take on the Akron Zips in a key Mid-American Conference matchup on Tuesday. Tip-off from the Convocation Center in Athens, Ohio, is scheduled for 2 p.m. ET. Ohio is a 1.5-point favorite at William Hill Sportsbook, while the Over-Under is set at 151.5 (see up-to-date picks for every game this week on our college basketball odds page). 

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Now, it has set its sights on Akron vs. Ohio. We can tell you the model is leaning Over the total, and it also says one side of the spread hits over 50 percent of the time! You ABSOLUTELY need to see it before locking in any college basketball picks.

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