Purdue Boilermakers ODDS

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March 25, 2022

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Purdue Schedule

Date
Opponent
Closing
Totals
Result
ATS
Nov 9, 2021
-23.5
143.5
Won 67-96
Won/Over
Nov 12, 2021
-26
146
Won 67-92
Lost/Over
Nov 16, 2021
-16.5
152.5
Won 52-96
Won/Under
Nov 20, 2021
7.5
151.5
Won 93-84
Won/Over
Nov 21, 2021
-3
141
Won 74-80
Won/Over
Nov 26, 2021
-36.5
145
Won 40-97
Won/Under
Nov 30, 2021
-11.5
142
Won 65-93
Won/Over
Dec 3, 2021
-14.5
158.5
Won 70-77
Lost/Under
Dec 9, 2021
-14
139.5
Lost 68-70
Lost/Under
Dec 12, 2021
-14.5
145
Won 82-72
Lost/Over
Dec 18, 2021
-15.5
132.5
Won 48-77
Won/Under
Dec 20, 2021
-39
144.5
Won 59-79
Lost/Under
Dec 29, 2021
-28.5
148.5
Won 90-104
Lost/Over
Jan 3, 2022
-12.5
139
Lost 74-69
Lost/Over
Jan 8, 2022
-9.5
137.5
Won 74-67
Lost/Over
Jan 14, 2022
-20
155
Won 65-92
Won/Over
Jan 17, 2022
1.5
146.5
Won 96-88
Won/Over
Jan 20, 2022
-3.5
141.5
Lost 65-68
Lost/Under
Jan 23, 2022
-12
148
Won 60-80
Won/Under
Jan 27, 2022
-2.5
154
Won 83-73
Won/Over
Jan 30, 2022
-9
145.5
Won 78-81
Lost/Over
Feb 2, 2022
-11
140.5
Won 88-73
Won/Over
Feb 5, 2022
-9
146.5
Won 76-82
Lost/Over
Feb 8, 2022
-5.5
147
Won 68-84
Won/Over
Canceled
Feb 10, 2022
-3.5
145
Lost 58-82
Lost/Under
Feb 13, 2022
-16.5
148.5
Won 61-62
Lost/Under
Feb 16, 2022
-6
147.5
Won 70-64
Push/Under
Feb 20, 2022
-12
138.5
Won 72-84
Push/Over
Feb 26, 2022
-5
146.5
Lost 65-68
Lost/Under
Mar 1, 2022
-3
144.5
Lost 67-70
Lost/Under
Mar 5, 2022
-10.5
140.5
Won 67-69
Lost/Under
Mar 11, 2022
-10.5
133
Won 61-69
Lost/Under
Mar 12, 2022
-6.5
141
Won 70-75
Lost/Over
Mar 13, 2022
-2.5
151.5
Lost 75-66
Lost/Under
Mar 18, 2022
-17
144.5
Won 56-78
Won/Under
Mar 20, 2022
-3.5
135.5
Won 71-81
Won/Over
Mar 25, 2022
-13
134
Lost 67-64
Lost/Under

Betting on the Purdue Boilermakers

Although the Indiana Hoosiers claim the state nickname, the Purdue Boilermakers have given Hoosier state residents plenty to cheer about throughout their history.

In a state where people are romantic about basketball, Purdue has become a hot ticket at Mackey Arena and at the betting window.

Purdue Men’s Basketball History

Purdue has frequented the NCAA Tournament for the last four decades, but it has just two trips to the Final Four and zero national championships overall.

Impressively, Purdue’s basketball program has only had two head coaches since 1980. Coach Gene Keady led the Boilermakers from 1980-2005 before Matt Painter took over the season after Keady retired.

Painter actually played for Keady in the early ‘90s and was an assistant for one season under the legendary coach before succeeding him.

Since taking over, Painter has had a similar run to his predecessor. Always good, never quite good enough.

His most successful team won the Big Ten in 2019, snagged a 3-seed in the NCAA Tournament, and eventually lost by five in overtime in the Elite 8 to Virginia, the eventual national champion.

Boilermakers’ point guard Carsen Edwards was phenomenal that season as he cemented himself among the Purdue greats.

With him on that list would be a number of other players from the Matt Painter era. There’s Robbie Hummel, JaJuan Johnson, E’Twaun Moore and possibly current players Trevion Williams and Jaden Ivey.

Betting on Purdue in Indiana

Online and retail sports betting are both legal in the Hoosier State. In 2019, the first retail and online sportsbooks launched, setting the stage for what has been a popular betting market.

There are over 10 retail sports betting locations in Indiana and almost as many online operators. The first books to go live in Indiana were BetRivers and DraftKings.

Since then, they’ve been joined by a few competitors, most notably FanDuel and BetMGM.

On Purdue’s campus, however, the university strictly prohibits wagering on any Purdue sporting events. That means even non-athlete students can’t place bets on their school’s team.

If they do, they run the risk of being expelled.

Betting on basketball is appealing to the passionate Hoosier State residents, even if it means betting on Indiana University’s rival, Purdue.

·        Purdue -5.5

·        Indiana +5.5

In the example above, the Boilermakers are favored by 5.5 points over the Hoosiers. A bettor laying the points with Purdue would need a victory of at least 6 points.

If Purdue won the contest by fewer than 6, or if they lost, Purdue bettors would lose, and Indiana would cover the spread.