Dayton Flyers Giving Bookies Fits

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Published on:
Mar/16/2017

Heading Into 2017 March Madness The Dayton Flyers finished with an impressive enough outright record of 24-7 but it is their record Against The Spread that has the bookies, especially those in the Dayton area, hoping for an early exit.

Dayton comes into March Madness 2017 with a 19-10 record Against The Spread. There is some glimmer of hope for the books as Dayton appears to have cooled off a bit in recent games, covering in 60 percent of their last ten but failing to do so in their last two, losing both of those games outright as well. Dayton is no joke when it comes to Men’s College Basketball, with an ever growing fan base, especially in the Dayton region.

They are one of the top-50 all-time winningest Division I college basketball programs. A 2015 study of college basketball team valuations placed Dayton #23 in the nation. Dayton will face off against those dastardly Wichita State Shockers on Friday as a +6 underdog after opening at +7.5.

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