Army vs navy betting prediction


College Football odds: Army-Navy Odds Army: -7.5 (+106) Navy: +7.5 (-130)


Is Army vs Navy a against-the-spread bet?

Now, Hunt has locked in on Army vs. Navy from every angle and released a confident against-the-spread pick for the Army-Navy Game 2021. You can visit SportsLine now to see Hunt’s pick. Here are several college football odds and betting trends for Navy vs. Army:

What are the odds of Army vs Navy?

The Black Knights are seven-point favorites in the latest Army vs. Navy odds from Caesars Sportsbook, while the over-under for total points scored is 35.5. Before locking in any Navy vs. Army picks, be sure to see the college football predictions and betting advice from red-hot SportsLine expert Emory Hunt .

What time does Army vs Navy kick off?

Kickoff from MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J., is scheduled for 3 p.m. ET on CBS. The Black Knights are seven-point favorites in the latest Army vs. Navy odds from Caesars Sportsbook, while the over-under for total points scored is 35.5.

What are the most profitable betting lines for the Knights?

That ability and some wet, windy weather de-emphasizing the kicking game (where Navy has an advantage) make for enough leverage for the Knights. The Long Gray Line gets a profitable line in this one: BACK ARMY -7.5 (+100). The Under has hit 15 straight times between these two sides and is 17-4 in their last 21 meetings.


Who is favored today Army or Navy?

The Black Knights are seven-point favorites in the latest Army vs. Navy odds from Caesars Sportsbook, while the over-under for total points scored is 35.5.

Who is favored to win Army-Navy game 2021?

Army/Navy Game 2021 Army is currently the betting favorite for this matchup, and they are giving as many as seven points in some cases. The Black Knights enter the game with a record of 8-3, having won their last four games.

Who will win between Army and Navy?

Army is clearly the superior team and has won four of the last five meetings with Navy. The Midshipmen are playing better, however, and know how to keep games close. Look for both teams to try and control the clock with their ground games as we witness another defensive slugfest between two military programs.

What is the betting line on Army-Navy game?

Army vs. Navy money line: Army -292, Navy +233. ARMY: The total has gone under in five of Army’s last five games against Navy.

What is Army’s record?

128 YearsRkYearCoach(es)12021Jeff Monken (9-4)22020Jeff Monken (9-3)32019Jeff Monken (5-8)38 more rows•7 days ago

When was the last time Army Navy over hit?

Army and Navy in particular haven’t hit an over since 2005, and have eclipsed the 40-point mark only once in their past six meetings, scoring 41 combined points in 2013.

How many years in a row has Army Navy gone under?

The under between Army and Navy has cashed in 15 straight seasons.

Army vs. Navy odds, spread and lines

Odds provided by Tipico Sportsbook; access USA TODAY Sports’ betting odds for a full list. Lines last updated at 10:48 a.m. ET.

Against the spread

Army is 6-1-1 ATS in its last eight neutral site games and 5-1-1 ATS in its last seven meetings with Navy.

Army vs. Navy Betting Odds

Sadly, we’ve made it here. The college football regular season will end with this standalone Army vs. Navy game.

Army Black Knights Odds

Army is 8-3 and 6-5 against the spread. The Black Knights are also 4-1 against the spread on the road this season, although this game is being played at a neutral site (MetLife Stadium).

Navy Midshipmen Odds

While Army has been successful at running the triple-option, Navy hasn’t been.

Prediction and Pick

However, Navy is also 7-4 against the spread this season. The Midshipmen have covered in four of their last five games, including in three of their last four as underdogs.

Why Army can cover

The Black Knights don’t have much of an aerial attack, but they’re among the best in the country at running the ball. Army ranks behind only Air Force (341.4) in rushing with an average of 301.2 yards per game after racking up 220 in its 31-16 victory at Liberty on Nov. 27.

Why Navy can cover

Prior to their 38-14 triumph over the Owls on Nov. 27, the Midshipmen hadn’t registered that many points in nearly two years, when they posted a 56-41 triumph over Houston on Nov. 30, 2019. Carlinos Acie led Navy’s seventh-ranked rushing attack against Temple with 86 yards and a touchdown on 10 carries.

How to make Army vs. Navy picks

For Saturday’s contest, Hunt is leaning over on the point total, and he has also identified a critical X-factor he believes makes one side of the spread a must-back. He’s sharing what it is, and which side of the Navy vs. Army spread he’s backing, only at SportsLine.

Army vs. Navy Odds

This battle for the Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy opened with Army listed -8, a number which has dipped slightly to 7-7.5, despite a very even distribution on both teams in terms of number of bets and handle.

Army vs. Navy Prediction

Despite this tough-to-swallow low number, we are firmly behind the under for this rivalry game.

Army vs. Navy Betting Pick

We will leave you with a couple trends which further bolster the under selection for this game. Army has played four of its last five games under the total against sub .500 foes, while Navy has played 7 of its last 10 under versus winning opposition.

Why Army Could Cover the Spread

The Black Knights are very clearly the better team here. They are 8-3 and are continuing to thrive under head coach Jeff Monken, who has succeeded fabulously as the coach at West Point over the past several years. Army is trying to win at least nine games in a season for the fourth time in five years.

Why Navy Could Cover the Spread

The Midshipmen will rely on the reality that Army-Navy games are hard-fought and close. Last year’s game ended 15-0 for Army, but Navy had a first and goal at the Army 2 in the third quarter and would have taken a 7-3 lead had it converted. Most of these battles between the Black Knights and Midshipmen are tight heading into the fourth quarter.

Final Army-Navy Prediction & Pick

Army beat Air Force 21-14 in overtime this year. Air Force beat Navy 23-3 this year. That means both Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy games featured fewer than 30 points scored in regulation (28 for Army-Air Force, 26 for Air Force-Navy).

Opening Odds Analysis

This could be the third time in four years that Army is favored by more than a touchdown over Navy, with the Black Knights going 2-0 SU and 1-1 ATS in those two previous contests. But the most notable number in the opening odds is the total, which is the lowest for any Army-Navy game in the Odds Shark database going back to 1995.

Army News & Notes

The Black Knights are going bowling for the fifth time in six years under head coach Jeff Monken, earning an invitation to face Missouri in the Armed Forces Bowl.

Navy News & Notes

Even though it’s been a tough season in Annapolis, the Midshipmen come into this game with a bit of momentum. Navy’s 38-14 win over Temple in late November marked the most points the Midshipmen have scored in the past two seasons, while their defense held the Owls to just 11 first downs and 182 total yards.

How Army Will Cover

Army’s been rolling since the end of October, winning its last three games by an average margin of 28 points. As long as the Black Knights don’t let down their guard and look ahead to the Armed Forces Bowl, they should be able to beat Navy by more than a touchdown.

How Navy Will Cover

Navy needs to play a cleaner game than it did last year, when 53 yards in penalties and a minus-1 in turnovers were too much to overcome in a 15-0 loss. The Midshipmen also need to get more production out of a passing game that completed just one pass for nine yards in last year’s meeting.

Computer Pick: Army -7.5

For more college football predictions, visit our NCAAF Computer Picks page.

Army vs Navy Analysis from The GoldSheet

Last season, the Black Knights won a grim defensive battle 15-0 that was sitting at 3-0 into the 4th Q, with these opposing option attacks combining for less than 300 yards.

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