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Harvard vs. Dartmouth Betting Odds, Free Picks, and Predictions - 7:00 PM ET (Tue, Mar 5, 2024)

Harvard travel to Dartmouth in NCAA College Basketball action on Tuesday, March 5, 2024. Tip-off is set for 7:00 PM ET.

Thinking about betting on this game? You've found the right article! We at CapperTek have all the latest sports betting tools and information to help put you on the winning side of the betting action for this match-up.

Harvard vs. Dartmouth Game Info and Betting Odds

Away Team: Harvard
Home Team: Dartmouth
Date: Tuesday, March 5, 2024
Time: 7:00 PM ET
League: NCAA College Basketball (NCAAB)

Harvard Moneyline: N/A
Dartmouth Moneyline: N/A

Harvard Spread: -6.5 (-109)
Dartmouth Spread: +6.5 (-109)

Game Total Points: 133 (Over -111 / Under -111)

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A Deeper Look Inside the Betting Numbers

We here at CapperTek provide in-depth betting trends for both Harvard and Dartmouth, but let's take a deeper look inside some of the betting numbers for this match-up right now.

Let's start off by breaking down the away team, Harvard.

In their last 10 games, Harvard has a Straight Up record of 4 wins, 6 losses and an active Straight Up streak of 2 losses in a row. Also in their last 10 games, Harvard has an Against-the-Spread record of 3 wins, 7 losses and an active Against-the-Spread streak of 2 losses in a row. The Game Total Points results for Harvard games has a record of 6 overs, 4 unders in their last 10 games with an active streak of 1 over in a row.

Now let's break down the home team, Dartmouth.

In their last 10 games, Dartmouth has a Straight Up record of 1 win, 9 losses and an active Straight Up streak of 9 losses in a row. Also in their last 10 games, Dartmouth has an Against-the-Spread record of 4 win, 5 losses, 1 push and an active Against-the-Spread streak of 2 losses in a row. The Game Total Points results for Dartmouth games has a record of 7 overs, 3 unders in their last 10 games with an active streak of 2 overs in a row.

If you need more detailed betting information for this match-up such as the trends or steaks broken down into Home vs. Away splits, or Favorite vs. Underdog splits, make sure to check out the Harvard vs. Dartmouth Trend Finder directly.

Who's Going to Win This Game? Our Prediction

We pride ourselves here at CapperTek on providing our users with the most advanced machine learning artificial intelligence to simulate game outcomes using algorithms we have custom designed over 10+ years of research and development.

Based on our simulation of Harvard vs. Dartmouth NCAAB game, we have Harvard beating Dartmouth with a simulated final score of: Harvard [76] - Dartmouth [70]

Sometimes our game simulations change, like if there's a major line movement, drastic shift in the odds, or if there's a key injury, etc. To make sure you have the latest and most accurate simulation, you can run the Harvard vs. Dartmouth Simulation directly. Also after the Harvard vs. Dartmouth game is finished, you can re-run the simulation and check out how the simulated final result did compared to the actual final result.

What Should I Bet On? Our Free Picks

OK let's get down to the real reason you're here, who or what should you bet on in the Harvard vs. Dartmouth NCAAB match-up? Based on the simulated prediction and results for this match-up above, we here at CapperTek suggest you place the following bets:

Free Moneyline Pick: N/A

Free Spread Pick: Dartmouth +6.5 (-109)

Free Total Pick: Over 133 (-111)

Hopefully our free picks and predictions help you out if you're wagering on the Harvard vs. Dartmouth NCAA College Basketball match-up. Our betting tips are based on detailed analytics and wagering intelligence to provide you the best possible plays. Our goal is to provide valuable sports betting information to gamblers and help put them on the right side of the action.

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Dartmouth men's basketball team votes to unionize, though steps remain before forming labor union

Tue, Mar 5, 2024

Dartmouth men's basketball team votes to unionize, though steps remain before forming labor union

HANOVER, N.H. (AP) - The Dartmouth men's basketball team voted to unionize Tuesday in an unprecedented step toward forming the first labor union for college athletes and another attack on the NCAA's deteriorating amateur business model.

In an election supervised by the National Labor Relations Board in the school's Human Resources offices, the players voted 13-2 to join Service Employees International Union Local 560, which already represents some Dartmouth workers. Every player on the roster participated.

The school has five business days to file an objection to the NLRB and could also take the matter to federal court. That could delay negotiations over a collective bargaining agreement until long after the current members of the basketball team have graduated.

Although the NCAA has long maintained that its players are "student-athletes" who were in school primarily to study, college sports has grown into a multibillion dollar industry that richly rewards the coaches and schools while the players remained unpaid amateurs.

Recent court decisions have chipped away at that framework, with players now allowed to profit off their name, image and likeness and earn a still-limited stipend for living expenses beyond the cost of attendance. Last month's decision by an NLRB that the Big Green players that they are employees of the school, with the right to form a union, threatens to completely upend the amateur model.

A college athletes union would be unprecedented in American sports. A previous attempt to unionize the Northwestern football team failed because the teams Wildcats play in the Big Ten, which includes public schools that aren't under the jurisdiction of the NLRB.

That's why one of the NCAA's biggest threats isn't coming in one of the big-money football programs like Alabama or Michigan, which are largely indistinguishable from professional sports teams. Instead, it is the academically oriented Ivy League, where players don't receive athletic scholarships, teams play in sparsely filled gymnasiums and the games are streamed online instead of broadcast on network TV.

The two Dartmouth juniors at the heart of the union effort, Romeo Myrthil and Cade Haskins, said they would like to form an Ivy League Players Association that would include athletes from other sports on campus and other schools in the conference. They said they understood that change could come too late to benefit them and their current teammates.

Dartmouth has indicated it will ask the full NLRB to review the regional director's decision. If that fails, the school could take the case to court.

"We have teammates here that we all love and support," Myrthil said after playing at Harvard last month in the Big Green's first game after the NLRB official's ruling. "And whoever comes into the Dartmouth family is part of our family. So, we'll support them as much as we can."


Jimmy Golen covers sports and the law for The Associated Press.


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