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Army Black Knights Vs. Navy Midshipmen Betting Odds, Preview

Saturday marks the 120th time that Army and Navy play each other. And this is promising to be a fascinating game, as it features the two college teams with the top rushing attacks in the country.

The Black Knights have taken the last three meetings, but Navy won this game fourteen times in a row, from 2002 until 2015, and right now, they are 10-point favorites.

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Last year marked the first time that the Army became the favorites of this series since 2010, and they are opening as +10-point underdogs. The Black Knights are 6-1-1 ATS in the past eight games versus the Midshipmen.

Army Black Knights Betting Odds

The Black Knights are expected to play this game with all of their hearts, and with their best players. This is because they have no reason to hold anything back as they are finishing the season with a poor record, and are not eligible for bowl games.

The final nail on their postseason coffin was their 52-31 defeat to Hawaii on November 30, And this is a low point for Army, as their 5-7 record put an end to 3 straight years of making it to the college playoffs.

So, this clash versus Navy is going to be the final game of their campaign, and if they want to come up with the upset, they need to count on a reliable quarterback. At this point, it’s not clear who’s going to play center for the Black Knights. On the one hand, we have their starter, Kelvin Hopkins Jr., who was forced to leave the Hawaii game after suffering an unspecified injury during the second quarter. And, his status as of now is not completely clear.

Then we have backup Jabari Laws, who’s also injured, and third-string Christian Anderson also left the Hawaii field injured.

So, the chances are that freshman Jemel Jones will be given the opportunity of showing his talents at this particular match.

Navy Midshipmen Betting Odds

This team came up with a very disappointing 2018 campaign, but that’s all behind them. The Midshipmen have managed to rebound from a 3-10 start to a solid 9-2, a record that is allowing them to return to the AP Top 25. The key for this team has always been their ground game, averaging 360.8 rushing yards per match, the most in the country, and also 50 more than the Black Knights.

Also, their leading passer, Malcolm Perry, commands the lead over the rest of the FBS quarterbacks, with 1500 rushing yards, and has run for nineteen touchdowns, including 6 TD’s through the air, and 1027 yards, earning him the Offensive Player of the Year award in the American Athletic Conference.

Lately, this is a team that has been a great source of profits for those betting OVERS, as they have gone over the total seven times out of their last nine matches. And both bettors and fans of the team must thank an offensive lineup that has put up 34 or more points a total of 8 times during that particular stretch.

With that said, the team has been less reliable defensively, as they have been torched for 121 points during their last three meetings versus Notre Dame, SMU, and also Houston.

Army Black Knights Vs. Navy Midshipmen Betting Trends

  • The UNDER is 22-7 in Army’s last 29 games following a bye week.
  • Navy is 11-3-1 ATS in its last 15 games.
  • The UNDER is 14-2 in Army’s last 16 games against Navy.

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