The No. 13 Arkansas basketball team hits the road for their first road game of the 2021-22 college basketball season.
The Razorbacks (3-0) look to improve their record against Kansas State (2-0) tonight as part of the Hall of Fame Classic taking place at a neutral site in Kansas City.
The Hogs and the Wildcats have met 10 times prior to this game, with Kansas State firmly in control of the all-time record with 7 wins and only 3 losses to the Hogs.
The most recent meeting between these two teams was Dec. 12, 1991 in which Arkansas came out on top 70-59, according to Sports-Reference.
Let’s take a look at what to expect in this SEC/Big 12 match-up.
Arkansas basketball vs Kansas State Odds: Line, Spread, Over/Under
Moneyline: Arkansas (-320), K-State (+250)
WynnBet currently has the Arkansas Razorbacks as favorites to win this game. You’d have to risk $320 to win $100. These are the lowest moneyline odds the Hogs have seen so far this season.
Spread: Arkansas (-7.0)
The Hogs are expected to win and win by at least 7 points in this game against K-State.
If you bet the “over” in this game, you’ll need a 141 total points scored in this game. If you bet the “under,” you’ll need 139 points or fewer scored in the game.
Razorbacks vs Wildcats Prediction Tonight
The Hogs, with their new AP Poll ranking, will get their first major test of their against a Power Five opponent on the road.
Oddsmakers are expecting this to be a fairly tight game, with the Hogs coming out on top in the end.
The Razorbacks will need to do much better at defending the three than they have in the first few games of the season. The Hogs have allowed opponents to shoot a combined 43 of 99 from three this year (43.4%).
Through two games this season, K-State has show 40.9% and 47.4% from beyond the arc, so they’ll have their work cut out for them this game.
What Channel is the Razorback basketball Game On?
You can catch the Hogs take on the Wildcats on ESPNNEWS, which is a channel available on most cable and satellite providers. You can also stream the app through the ESPN app (cable/sat subscription required).