The Niagara Purple Eagles and the Marist Red Foxes are set to square off in a 2020 MAAC Tournament matchup at 9 p.m. ET Tuesday at Boardwalk Hall. Marist is 7-22 while Niagara is 11-20. Marist swept both regular season matchups between the teams. The Red Foxes are favored by one point in the latest Niagara vs. Marist odds, and the over-under is set at 127.5. Before entering any Marist vs. Niagara picks, be sure to see the college basketball predictions from the model at SportsLine.
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- Niagara vs. Marist spread: Niagara +1
- Niagara vs. Marist over-under: 127.5 points
- Niagara vs. Marist money line: Niagara -100, Marist -120
What you need to know about Niagara
The Purple Eagles fell 67-63 to the Canisius Golden Griffins this past Friday in the regular season finale. James Towns had 18 points and six rebounds. Marcus Hammond had 15 points and seven rebounds. Niagara lost four of its final six games.
What you need to know about Marist
Marist lost to Canisius at home by a decisive 85-69 margin in their regular season finale last Wednesday. The Red Foxes lost their final four games and seven of eight to finish the schedule. Jordan Jones led the Red Foxes with 19 points.
How to make Marist vs. Niagara picks
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